Actress Erin Moran, the former "Happy Days" actress, hasn't had many happy days lately, but that's only giving her material for her new book.
After experiences a rash of financial and family troubles, the former child actress is now writing a book about her life.
According to Radar Online, Moran has become a recluse staying within her hotel room writing.
"Erin thinks the best thing for her at the moment is to just stay in," an insider told Radar. "Every time she ventures out, whether it's to a bar to grab a drink or even to the supermarket for some groceries, Erin seems to land in hot water."
Moran and her husband, Steve Fleischman, have had a tough time finding permanent living situations over the past year. The couple, who've been married for 10 years, was evicted from their home in California which led to them living with his mother in New Salisbury, Indiana. Now Moran, 51, and Fleischmann have been kicked out of the trailer park that they've resided in since early this summer.
According to the National Enquirer , the couple's troubles began after they lost their California home. A friend of theirs told the Enquirer, "Life hasn't been kind to Erin since the foreclosure of her home."
The friend added: "She [Erin Moran] 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."
The couple was reportedly kicked out of her mother-in-law's trailer because Moran was spending too much time partying. 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."
Moran tried to sneak back into the trailer park which led to a fight with her mother-in-law.
The actress famous for her role as "Joanie Cunningham" on the sitcom "Happy Days" has had a hard time finding acting work since the show stopped taping in 1984. Her last television appearance was on VH1's "Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp" which aired in 2008.