Erin Moran, former "Happy Days" star, is now allegedly homeless after being kicked out of the trailer where she lived.
RadarOnline reports that the actress' hard partying drew the ire of her mother-in-law. Moran was living in the trailer with her husband, Steve Fleischmann, and his mother.
RadarOnline has a photo of Moran outside a Holiday Inn Express in Corydon, Ind., smoking a cigarette and looking ragged. She was reportedly staying there with her husband and their pet dogs.
The owner of the Holiday Inn Express told E! News that Moran "had caused a disturbance of some type" but it is unclear if she was forced to leave the hotel or checked out on her own accord.
Several locals "had seen [Moran] at local bars, just kind of hanging with the locals. No big deal," reporter/photographer Alan Stewart also told E! News.
Other reports allege that Moran is not only homeless, but also blowing through the cash she was awarded in a legal settlement with CBS over merchandise revenue for "Happy Days."
Moran, and her "Happy Days" castmates reached a settlement with CBS over licensing and merchandising revenue in July. The lawsuit originally asked for $10 million, but the final decision was reportedly a $65,000 payment for each of the four original stars, plus future royalties.
In June, news broke that Moran was living at a trailer park in Indiana after being evicted from her California home.
She appeared on "Celebrity Fit Club" in 2008, but has had few acting gigs since the 1980s, when she appeared in the "Happy Days" spinoff, "Joanie Loves Chachi," and had small walk-on roles in series like "The Love Boat" and "Murder, She Wrote."
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