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Gary Coleman ‘Murder’: The Unknown Intruder (Pictures)

by | 15th, June 2010

GARY Coleman, star of TV’s Diff’rent Strokes is dead, but there is no peace. Before the shock revelation that he might have been Michael Jcakson’s love child, news of his “murder”.

The Enquirer republishes that picture of Gary Coleman on his death bed. And the headline:

“GARY COLEMAN WAS MURDERED”

The article tells of Coleman’s “blood-spattered home”. An “expert” says the “blood spray patterns could indicate he was struck with a blunt object or shoved.”

Could it? The article doesn’t say if the blood is Coleman’s. But we can all speculate as to how blood got on wall.

Why A ‘Murdered’ Gary Coleman Is Good For Business: NSFW Pictures

“An enemy or thief could have snuck into his home, attacked him and staged the scene to look like an a accident.”

“Top Investigator” Ted Gunderson says Coleman’s death – “attributed to a brain haemorrhage after a fall” – is a “possible murder”. He suggests that a “blunt object” could be a hammer. Although that would depend on what end were used.

Coleman’s wife Shannon Price calls the police:

“There’s blood everywhere. I really don’t know what happened…Send someone quick because I don’t know if he’s going to be alive… He’s like bubbling at the mouth. I’m gagging. I got blood on myself. I can’t deal.”

Says Victor Perillo, Coleman’s former agent, who like Price was not in the kitchen when Coleman fell:

“If I had my way and I had the dollars, I’d hire someone to take another look at the body to see if there was any blunt force trauma to the head.”

In other news, before Price decided to turn off the life support machine, Coleman had been twice admitted to hospital in 2010 after seizures in January and February.

In Hollywood no-one ever dies – they just create a myth…

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