EXCLUSIVE: Gary Coleman's Ex-Wife Threatened Over Mystery Document Heist

Jun. 9 2010, Published 11:13 a.m. ET

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Lawyers for the court appointed administrator of Gary Coleman’s estate, Dion Mial, have sent a legal letter to the actor’s ex-wife Shannon Price after she was caught on camera removing documents from his home.

Local television crews stumbled upon Price and her agent, Sheila Erickson on Tuesday at the Santaquin, Utah, home where Price and Coleman lived..

Now RadarOnline.com has learned the dramatic events that followed the snatch and grab.

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In the local TV footage, Erickson is seen entering the home and later handing over what looked like mail and other documents to Price, who sat in the car.

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That activity followed an incident Monday when Price’s went into the home and took many of Coleman’s personal belongings, including, computers, telephones, musical instruments and furniture. They also took a 2005 Dodge pick-up truck.

Police convinced Price’s father Dale to return all of that to the house instead of facing charges.

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But police were not present to challenge the ex-wife or rep during this latest incident.

“We are just trying to see if there are any documents that can assist Shannon,” Erickson told one reporter who watched.

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When asked if she broke into the house to swipe the documents, Erickson said: “Oh course not... Shannon has the keys.”

Mial’s attorney Kent Alderman, who filed Coleman's 1999 will in a Provo, Utah, court on Tuesday, confirmed the incident to RadarOnline.com.

“We notified Shannon that we have been appointed (administrator) and asked them not to come into the house again,” he said.

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“It is the province of the executor or administrator of the estate to be responsible to collect any information on the death of a decedent - and no-one else.”

As a result, Alderman confirmed the home’s locks were changed - for a second time - to prevent another heist.

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