Gary Coleman’s Deathbed Pictures Have Been Sold

June 7, 2010 / Posted by:

Some of us would like to remember Gary Coleman just like this. Happy to be in drag at some Victoria’s Secret fashion show in the late 90s. You know Flavor Fav would be all about him here. We don’t want to remember him lying on his deathbed right before he took the Greyhound Bus to heaven to stay with Jesus permanently. But that’s how some will remember him, because those pictures taken of Gary just minutes before he died have been sold.

TMZ says that a tabloid bought 4 pictures of Gary Coleman in a hospital bed on life support. The tabloid decided not to buy the picture of Gary after he passed, because they don’t want to earn a gold star from Satan just yet. TMZ confirms that Gary’s ex-wife Shannon Price is the one who hired a production company to take the pictures of him in the hospital. Shannon is also behind shopping the pictures to the tabloids. They were sold for five figures, and Shannon is going to take a cut.

DAMN! You know I get weak for a cutthroat gold digger with a heart made out of the tears from the dudes she’s swindled, but even this is too far for me. I mean, if Shannon wants people to believe that she didn’t push Gary down the stairs and then pull the plug so that he wouldn’t ever wake up from his coma to point the finger at her, this is not how you convince us.

When Shannon is done draining every last cent she can get out of Gary’s death, she’s going to move on to her next victim. I hear Scott Baio is available (I know he’s married, but don’t tell Shannon that).

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