Actresses Erin Moran (left) and Marion Ross arrive at "A Father's Day Salute to TV Dads" in Los Angeles in 2009.
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Erin Moran, the actress famous for her role as Joanie Cunningham in the popular 70s television series "Happy Days" is reportedly homeless after being kicked out of her Indiana trailer park.
Radar Online reports the 51-year-old actress was evicted due to her "partying ways."
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Radar has a picture of the couple that was snapped outside a Holiday Inn Express in Corydon, Ind. two weeks ago. The picture shows Moran with her husband Steve Fleischmann, 45, smoking cigarettes and walking what appears to be their pet Great Dane.
"Life hasn't been kind to Erin since the foreclosure of her home," The National Enquirer reports. "She and Steve moved in with his ailing mother at the trailer park a few weeks back. Erin is like an angel to her mother-in-law. She cooks and cleans for her and takes care of her personal hygiene. But to look at Erin today you'd never know she was once one of TV's biggest stars. Her peaches-and-cream complexion is a maze of wrinkles and crow's feet. She's aged terribly."
According to the Enquirer, Moran and Fleischmann have been bouncing from motel to motel, but are quickly blowing through a cash settlement she was awarded by CBS over merchandise revenue and she will be left without a roof over her head.
She and Fleischmann rented a room in a cheap motel in Corydon, but were also evicted due to alleged behavioral disturbances.
"On several occasions the hotel management warned Erin to curb her unruly behavior," the Enquirer reported. "But they finally had enough of her temper and demanded that she immediately leave the property."
Moran has been seen around town mingling with locals and going to bars. In one desperate cry for attention, a source said Moran showed her breasts one night in a bar, but no one know who she was or what she was doing.
"After some heavy coaxing, Erin quickly lifted her T-shirt. But other than her few friends, no one recognized her," the source told Radar. "Most of the customers were scratching their heads and asking, 'What was that all about?' and 'Who the heck is Erin Moran?'"