PEOPLE: Judge sets new bail for Lohan

Judge sets new bail for Lohan

LOS ANGELES -- A judge said Lindsay Lohan has violated terms of her bail, and she has set new bail for the actress at $200,000.

A prosecutor and Lindsay Lohan's attorney met with Judge Marsha Revel Tuesday in Los Angeles after the actress' alcohol monitoring device reported a possible violation.

A source familiar with Lohan's probation told The Associated Press that the alcohol monitor reported a problem after Lohan appeared at the MTV Movie Awards Sunday.

Lohan has been required to wear the device since May, when she missed a court hearing.

It's unclear what caused the monitor to report a problem -- both a prosecutor and Lohan's attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, said earlier Tuesday they were awaiting information about the device's alert.

Coleman's will filed in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY -- Gary Coleman's will names a friend and former manager as executor of the late child star's estate and specifies that he wanted to be cremated, according to documents filed Tuesday in state court in Utah.

The documents, including the will, were filed in 4th District Court in Provo, where the 42-year-old Coleman died May 28 after suffering a brain hemorrhage. Coleman appointed friend Dion Mial as his executor.

Coleman says in the will that he wanted to be remembered in a wake conducted by people who had no financial ties to the star of the sitcom ''Diff'rent Strokes.'' He also wanted none of the media that followed Coleman's legal, financial, health and marriage troubles through his adult life to be allowed to attend.

''I direct my personal representative to permit no members of the press to be present at my wake or funeral,'' Coleman stated.

Not mentioned in the will is ex-wife Shannon Price, whom Coleman was still years from meeting when he wrote the will in 1999.