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That’s the only way to explain how he could have gone to bed Sunday night convinced enough that she had died of a heroin overdose to give a radio interview early the next morning and blame her death on drug and alcohol abuse — when it became known just a few hours later that she had died of complications related to stage 4 cancer.
While Baio claimed that TV and the internet “blasted headlines” of her dying of a heroin overdose, this rumor was not that widely reported Sunday, except in certain publications.
It was widely reported that Moran had fallen on very hard times since the late 1970s and 1980s, when she starred as Joanie Cunningham in the popular sitcom “Happy Days” and with Baio in the short-lived spin-off “Joanie Loves Chachi.” In recent years, Moran had faced eviction from her Los Angeles home and dealt with depression, financial struggles and homelessness.
On Monday morning, Harrison County sheriff’s officials said an investigation and autopsy revealed that Moran had “likely succumbed to complications of stage 4 cancer.” People magazine, citing Moran’s former “Happy Days” co-star Anson Williams, reported that she had been battling throat cancer.
The sheriff’s office also addressed the rumors about illegal drugs playing a role in her death.
“My thing is, I feel bad because her whole life, she was troubled, could never find what made her happy and content.” He then said, “For me, you do drugs or drink, you’re gonna die.
One of the radio interviewers, Sid Rosenberg, also tweeted a defense of Baio.
"In defense of @Scott Baio I did ask him why he thought childhood actors of the 70's struggled so much with drugs and alcohol and he included Erin in the conversation.
I know he cared for her and was both frustrated and upset." "Happy Days" and "Joanie Loves Chachi" star Scott Baio is saddened but "not completely shocked" about co-star Erin Moran's death.
"I'm OK, a little shocked but not completely shocked that this happened," he said in an interview with The Bernie & Sid Show on Monday. " Moran was found unresponsive in Corydon, Indiana on Saturday. The Harrison County Sheriff's Office said Monday that a "joint investigation into Mrs.
Scott Baio — plugging his new sitcom for Nickelodeon Friday— says he has no plans to reach out to former “Happy Days” co-star Erin Moran, who has been living in an Indiana trailer park since getting evicted from her Hollywood home.