(WOIO) - Gary Coleman's ex-wife has been barred from their home. The special administrator of the actor's estate, Dion Mial, has also ordered Shannon Price to return several items she took from the home including a pick-up truck and model train sets.
In a statement to Entertainment Tonight Dial said, "Further to Dion Mial's appointment by the Fourth Judicial District Court of Utah County to act as the Special Administrator for the Estate of Gary Coleman, and in the interest of fulfilling his duties to marshal and to take inventory of the assets of Mr. Coleman's Estate, including personal and real property, Shannon Price is notified that neither she, nor anyone under her direction, is permitted, for any reason, to be present upon nor to enter into any property to which Gary Coleman held title, at the time of his passing.
"Certainly, this includes his home, located in Santaquin, UT, where she was a part-time resident," Mial continued. "Demand is also made upon Miss Price to immediately return any and all of the personal items and/or documents of Gary Coleman's that she has confirmed that, indeed and without permission, she removed from the property, subsequent to Gary's untimely and mysterious death. These items include, but are not limited to, numerous televisions and video game systems, a black 2005 Dodge pick-up truck (registered to Coleman), cargo trailer (registered to Coleman), model train sets, computers, telephones, musical instruments, and furnishings.
"Law enforcement of Utah County and Santaquin, Utah have agreed to cooperate with the Estate, for the purpose of assisting with the return of these items. It is our hope that Miss Price should immediately and respectfully comply with the Court's order, so as to avoid the filing of criminal charges against her," Mial concluded.
A 1999 will for Coleman was filed Tuesday in a Utah court, naming Mial, his former manager, as the executor of Coleman's estate.