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Erin Moran, best known for her role as Joanie Cunningham on the sitcom Happy Days from 1974 to 1986, has reportedly been kicked out of a trailer park in Salisbury, Indiana and is homeless.

Moran and her husband, Steve Fleischmann, who works in the garden center at Walmart, had been living in a trailer with his mother after they were evicted from their home in California.

According to reports, Steve’s mother was fed up with the 51-year-old former child star’s hard partying and booted her out.

Erin and Steve, 45, then moved with their pet dogs to a Holiday Inn Express in Corydon. The owner of the hotel told E! News the couple left the hotel after Moran “caused a disturbance of some type.”

“On several occasions the hotel management warned Erin to curb her unruly behavior, but they finally had enough of her temper and demanded that she immediately leave the property,” revealed an insider.

Since then the couple has reportedly been bouncing from hotel to hotel and staying with friends, blowing through the cash she received in a settlement with CBS over “Happy Days” merchandise revenue.

The lawsuit originally asked for $10 million, but a settlement was reached in July for $65,000 for each of the four original stars, plus future royalties.

RadarOnline has photos of Erin smoking a cigarette and looking a bit haggard with her husband and their two Great Danes outside the Holiday Inn Express.

photo: Nikki Nelson/WENN