Scott Baio’s Surprising Comments on Sudden Death of Happy Days Co-star Erin Moran
The beloved actress behind Joanie Cunningham, Erin Moran, of Happy Days fame, passed away after a lengthy battle with addiction and as of late, cancer. A household name in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, Erin Moran leaves behind her mourning fans and an enduring legacy as half of “Joanie and Chachi,” at the young age of 56.
While the Harrison County Coroner’s Office and Sheriff’s Department in her primary residency in New Salisbury, Ind. have yet to declare a cause of death, friends, and colleagues close to the star wonder if her substance abuse history played a part in her death.
Former castmate, Scott Baio took to Twitter to express his grief surrounding her death. He remarked, “I knew Erin well, over the last many years I have not spoken with her. She was just an insecure human being and fell into this world of drugs and alcohol. Again, I don’t know if that’s what killed her, I’m sure it was a culmination of years and years of doing it that might have had something to do with it. She just never found her way.”
There were no illegal substances were found at her home at her time of death, yet several accounts circulating about the last days of her life depict a woman with a lengthy struggle with addiction. Co-star Henry Winkler also came forward on Twitter saying, “Oh Erin… now you will finally have the peace you wanted so badly here on earth …Rest In It serenely now.. too soon.”
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