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With so much drama surrounding his death, we were hoping that famed child star and beloved actor Gary Coleman’s legacy would amount to a mere accident.

42-year-old actor Gary Coleman died May 28, 2010 shortly after an accident fall which cause a brain hemorrhage.

In this case, the actor’s death due to a brain hemorrhage earlier this summer has just been declared an accident.

How so? According to autopsy reports from the Santaquin Police Department in Salt Lake City, the “Diff’rent Strokes” actor actually died of natural causes.

These natural causes came after an accidental fall as evident by the scene police officers found him in at his home on May 26th.

The 42-year-old actor, who’s adult life became over-saturated with public health issues, legal drama and family isolation, reportedly died at a Provo hospital near his Santaquin residence only two days after his fall.

Coleman was taken off life support, a decision made by his former wife Shannon Price, after suffering a brain hemorrhage.

Read more on the story at WCPO.com today. In the meantime, what are your thoughts? What do you think of the evidence? Post a comment on the message board below to get the conversation started. We want to hear from you.

Check out the video of the day we all found out Gary Coleman had died just moments into the break news story.

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