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Old 06-11-2012, 11:48 AM   #16
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antman67, sometimes it's the mileage rather than the years that age someone.

I know that she's had mental health issues throughout her life, and the prescribed meds for that can also take a toll.

I remember how off-the-charts crazy she acted on Celebrity Fit Club. She was running a distant second to Dustin Diamond in that regard.

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Old 06-11-2012, 04:56 PM   #17
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antman67, sometimes it's the mileage rather than the years that age someone.

I know that she's had mental health issues throughout her life, and the prescribed meds for that can also take a toll.

I remember how off-the-charts crazy she acted on Celebrity Fit Club. She was running a distant second to Dustin Diamond in that regard.

It certaintly cannot be easy to have been a huge star at one point and then to be where Erin is at in life. It has to be depressing. I am guessing she must also self-medicates. She certainly was acting bizarre on CFC. I didn't see the footage on Inside Edition, but there was a picture from that footage that didn't show her in a good light. She looks to be like a woman who is in her 60's.

Sad really.
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Old 06-11-2012, 06:30 PM   #18
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I saw it on Fox News and ABC. Are they an acceptable source?

Works for me but regardless of the source, it's a shame that this has happened to Erin.
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I remember how off-the-charts crazy she acted on Celebrity Fit Club. She was running a distant second to Dustin Diamond in that regard.



I remember. This is soooo true.
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Hard-Partying Happy Days Alum Erin Moran Pictured Homeless & Haggard

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Happy Days alum Erin Moran has hit rock bottom — homeless and haggard — and RadarOnline.com has the latest photos of the 51-year-old actress.

Erin was kicked out of the trailer she'd been sharing with her husband, Steve Fleischmann, by his mother who was tired of her hard-partying ways.

The couple were snapped outside a Holiday Inn Express in Corydon, Indiana, two weeks ago with cigarettes dangling from their mouths, baseball caps on and what appears to be their pet Great Dane.

According to the National Enquirer, Erin and Steve 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.

“On several occasions the hotel management warned Erin to curb her unruly behavior," the Enquirer reported about a cheap hotel in Corydon.

"But they finally had enough of her temper and demanded that she immediately leave the property."

Erin played Richie Cunningham's sister, Joanie, on the hit 70's sitcom.
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Rather than using the settlement money to find a home and maybe get a job (if she can keep one) it seems she is choosing to stay in motels and party. She is not the first actor to make poor choices, but she has barely worked since Happy Days went off the air. I don't know how she has made it this long without losing everything. I was always surprised she never got another good TV series role. Perhaps the partying goes way back.
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Rather than using the settlement money to find a home and maybe get a job (if she can keep one) it seems she is choosing to stay in motels and party. She is not the first actor to make poor choices, but she has barely worked since Happy Days went off the air. I don't know how she has made it this long without losing everything. I was always surprised she never got another good TV series role. Perhaps the partying goes way back.

What about Joanie Loves Chachi?

I haven't seen Scott Baio in anything either lately so did he just save his money a lot better than Erin did?
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What about Joanie Loves Chachi?

I haven't seen Scott Baio in anything either lately so did he just save his money a lot better than Erin did?

I remember that in Scott's reality show, some of his ex-girlfriends mentioned that he was/is very frugal (IIRC at the time he was semi-retired and living off his savings). Plus he was in 2 other shows (Charles In Charge & Diagnosis Murder and he also worked as a director for a while. Erin hasn't worked consistently since the mid 80s (not counting CFC or other guest spots she did in the '90s).
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Erin hasn't worked consistently since the mid 80s (not counting CFC or other guest spots she did in the '90s).

What's CFC?
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Erin was kicked out of the trailer she'd been sharing with her husband, Steve Fleischmann, by his mother who was tired of her hard-partying ways.

Two things:

1. If she is married, how come she's in that situation?

2. How does "his mother" (assuming "his" refers to Steve Fleischmann) have the authority to kick Erin out of the trailer park? Does "his mother" own it?
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Two things:

1. If she is married, how come she's in that situation?

2. How does "his mother" (assuming "his" refers to Steve Fleischmann) have the authority to kick Erin out of the trailer park? Does "his mother" own it?
- maybe her husband isn't working either, and I would assume that the trailer they were staying in belonged to his mom.

CFC - Celebrity Fit Club

Scott also had a recurring role on Arrested Development (and may appear in upcoming episodes), and has a new show on Nick At Nite entitled See Dad Run
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Two things:

1. If she is married, how come she's in that situation?

2. How does "his mother" (assuming "his" refers to Steve Fleischmann) have the authority to kick Erin out of the trailer park? Does "his mother" own it?

According to some of the articles online, they moved in with the MIL when they were evicted from their house in California, so I guess it's her trailer. The husband was working at a local Walmart, at least according to the articles.
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I remember that in Scott's reality show, some of his ex-girlfriends mentioned that he was/is very frugal (IIRC at the time he was semi-retired and living off his savings). Plus he was in 2 other shows (Charles In Charge & Diagnosis Murder and he also worked as a director for a while. Erin hasn't worked consistently since the mid 80s (not counting CFC or other guest spots she did in the '90s).

Does anyone know how much Erin received in the latest Happy Days settlement?
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Does anyone know how much Erin received in the latest Happy Days settlement?


$65,000, according to news reports.
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$65,000, according to news reports.

For a show as big as Happy Days is/was you'd think she'd get around a couple hundred thousand.

She could use that to buy a condo.
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