For 11 years, Coleman has served on Nashville’s Metro Council. Through hard work and dedication he's built a strong political base, but Coleman’s biggest backer has always been Lamar Wyatt, who employed Coleman’s mother as a housekeeper and who paid for Coleman’s college and law school. Coleman saw Lamar as a surrogate father and never dreamed that Lamar would cut him loose—until Lamar did recently for questioning the soundness of a new baseball stadium for Nashville.
It’s a new rift that’ll test Coleman's resolve, character and family ties. It might also eventually cause him to turn on the mentor who made his success all possible.
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