By Shiryn Ghermezian, EnStarz | Oct 10, 2012 10:46 AM EDT
"Happy Days" star Erin Moran is not getting along with her mother-in-law.
The 57-year-old got into a drunken street brawl with her in-law after she and her husband asked to move back into her mother-in-law's house and she refused to let them, according to Radar Online.
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Moran and her husband, Steve Fleischmann, 45, lived in a trailer with his mother until they were kicked out for "excessive non-stop partying," the site reported. After becoming homeless and going from one hotel to another, they asked to move back with the 72-year-old woman living in Indiana, but she said no.
The site noted that Moran tried to sneak into the trailer after Fleischmann's mother went to bed, but she caught the former television star and threatened to call the police if she did not leave.
An eyewitness told Enquirer, "She finally did leave, but Steve's mom was right on her heels, chasing her out of the trailer, shouting at Erin as she made her way across the yard to their car. Steve's mom was standing in the street in a nightgown and hair curlers, and the two women were screaming profanities at each other.
"It's evident that Erin's living situation has become more dire than ever before," the source added. "She's desperate and quickly running out of options."
Moran and her husband have had a tough time finding permanent living situations over the past year. The couple was evicted from their home in California, which led to them living with his mother in New Salisbury, Indiana. Now Moran and Fleischmann have been kicked out of the trailer park that they've resided in since early this summer for their extreme partying ways.
A source for the National Enquirer stated, "Erin was going out to bars and coming home at all hours of the night, sometimes with her rowdy bar friends, and Steve's mom just couldn't take it anymore."
A friend of the couple's also told the Enquirer, "Life hasn't been kind to Erin since the foreclosure of her home."
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