Where to start with Shannon Price’s comments the day after pulling the plug on her not really husband Gary Coleman…First of all it seems weird that she turned around and went on camera right after, but thank you TMZ for obtaining the videos.
In one, Shannon justifies her decision to end life support for Gary, who suffered a brain hemorrhage after he took a fall on his way to make Shannon some tea. She says that if they went ahead with brain surgery he could be like Muhammad Ali and he would have died eventually anyway and she didn’t want to be like Terri Schiavo‘s family. Plus his eyes were dilated. So just to recap, Shannon wasn’t about to sign on for all that unpleasantness and Gary’s eyes looked like they do after an eye exam. Would have been nice to hear her say once she didn’t want him to suffer.
Now she’s not sure how to cover the costs of the funeral that is supposed to take place in Utah this weekend. But maybe you can help. You see, back in the day the couple would go to Las Vegas a lot because Shannon loved “getting pampered there, loved shopping there” (obviously she would buy the “high end stuff”) and liked to watch pretty fountains. Now she says “I don’t know how I’m going to survive.” She has nothing because Gary didn’t have a lot of work. He also didn’t have life insurance because of his kindey condition. “So I am just wishing and hoping that people will pour out to us and really show their compassion,” she says “like they have been sending the letters and emails.”
All of this has led me to one very important conclusion. I believe her when she says she didn’t push him.
Normally I wouldn’t be so hard on someone put in this situation, but Gabey gums comes off like a spoiled brat who doesn’t have a giving-back bone in her body and has no clue how to take care of herself so she found a caring man who would. Then when she faced moments where she would have to put herself out for him, whether it be putting a towel on the back of his bleeding head or whatever heavy lifting could be involved after brain surgery she folded her cards, or I guess returned her “high end” purchase. Good luck on that survival thing, Shannon.