New details have emerged about the troubled marriage of Gary Coleman and wife Shannon Price, who was arrested Wednesday evening for domestic violence and disorderly conduct.
The couple appeared on Divorce Court in May 2008, where Judge Lynn Toler heard accounts of severe infighting.
Coleman complained he shouldered too much blame in their household, and that Price would not stop pressuring the actor to have a child. Prince, in turn, claimed Coleman would fight like “a five-year-old.”
His tantrums would allegedly including stomping on the floor, throwing things and banging his own head into the wall. Toler ordered the two to undergo counseling.
Price was book on disorderly conduct in Santaquin, Utah, on Wednesday evening.
The counts are misdemeanors, and she was released on a $1,205 bond. She allegedly broke household items belonging to the actor. Coleman apparently was not injured.
The Diff’rent Strokes actor is currently working as the Security Controller for Simmons Media Group in Salt Lake City.
He and his wife met on the set of the 2006 comedy Church Ball and wed in August 2007.