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8Gary Coleman in Critical Condition [Updated]

A photo of Gary Coleman at the Tribeca Film Festival

After suffering from a brain hemorrhage on Wednesday, Coleman was taken to a local hospital, then was taken to another hospital for further testing.  Things were kind of shady for a couple days and the details weren’t really clear, but Coleman’s manager made a statement this morning.  He announced the brain hemorrhage, and he also said that Coleman is currently “unconscious and on life support.”

It really hasn’t been a good year for Gary Coleman.  He’s been arrested, he’s dealt with anger issues, and he’s already been in the hospital twice for seizures.  Dude obviously has some problems he needs to work out, and I hope he lives to do that.

Update [by editor]: Gary Coleman has passed away. RIP, buddy.

May 28, 2010 at 11:32 am by Emily
Filed Under: Gary Coleman

8 Responses to “Gary Coleman in Critical Condition [Updated]”

  1. Lah-Dee-Dah says:

    CNN just said the he passed away.

    • evilbeetdouche says:

      CNN can’t say anything. Maybe you heard a reporter on CNN say that the Colerator had assumed room temperature.

  2. jen says:

    yah, huffington post said he passe away.

  3. Señor Loco says:

    I hope he’s in a much better place. I can’t think of any actor who’s had rougher ride in life than him. Between the constant health problems and the nasty parents, there was a lot of pain going on there. The first time I ever saw him was on a old TV show in the 70′s called “America Tonight” with Martin Mull. The last time I saw him he was a security guard at a Home Depot in West L.A.

  4. Jessica says:

    Yup, yahoo says he died too. :(
    Rip Gary Coleman.
    “What you talking about Willis?”

  5. Jen B. says:

    Its sad that he couldn’t catch a break after his big break. Rest in peace, Gary Coleman.

  6. lolitahaze says:

    yeah, a bit late. he died.,,20389492,00.html

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