Nearly a year after his death, 80’s child star Gary Coleman still hasn’t been buried. Vic Perillo, Coleman’s former manager, claims that the burial has been delayed due to legal wrangling between Coleman’s widow and his parents.

Gary Coleman's remains were cremated Thursday and his ashes will be locked away until a court decides who should get them, the special administrator of his estate said.

Gary Coleman’s ex-wife, Shannon Price, just filed legal docs claiming she wants to be appointed special administrator of Gary’s estate … on grounds she was Gary’s common-law wife — and she’s submitted a handwritten document purportedly from Gary making her the sole beneficiary.

Gary Coleman will not be laid to rest this weekend as originally planned. With the late actor’s ex-wife and estranged parents now warring over custody of his body, Coleman’s Utah funeral has been canceled, the Salt Lake Tribune confirms.

In audio from a 911 call, Gary Coleman’s ex-wife sounds detached and almost disinterested as she speaks to the operator about the late star’s injuries. Shannon Price claimed that she was not able to help him because she suffers from seizures and did not want to be “traumatized.”

When Gary Coleman passed away last week at just 42 years old, he was estranged from his parents, Willie and Sue Coleman. Gary had sued the Colemans, his adoptive parents, years ago and accused them of mismanaging his earnings as a child star and the family never reconciled after the long drawn out court case.

Former child TV star Gary Coleman died Friday at a Utah hospital after suffering an intracranial hemorrhage at his home. He was 42 years old.

Actor Gary Coleman exited the Utah County jail Monday after a fan posted his bail. "I'm just a Good Samaritan, I guess," said Jarrod Clarke, who put up the $1,725 for Coleman's release. "He just had a sad [mug shot] picture."

Gary Coleman found himself in trouble with the law in Utah on Sunday. Police in Santaquin, Utah took the 41-year-old actor, best known for starring in the 1980’s hit sitcom, “Diff’rent Stokes,” into custody on Sunday on a warrant for failure to appear in court.