‘Eight is Enough’ star Susan Richardson has hit the skids

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First it was “Happy Days” actress Erin Moran who hit the skids. Now it looks like 1970s TV show “Eight is Enough” star Susan Richardson is “broke, toothless and living in poverty-stricken squalor,” according to the National Enquirer.

The plucky redheaded actress played Susan Bradford on the show, but now she’s living in a trailer in Pennsylvania that looks like something out of “Hoarders.” She told the Enquirer that she barely has heat and that her house is crumbling around her.

To make money, she makes canes out of wood she collects in a nearby forest. Despite it all, she says she doesn’t want to “complain too much.” We wish her the best.

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