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Susan Richardson, Of ‘Eight Is Enough’ Fame, Opens Up About Battles With Health, Finances, Death & More

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Dec. 17 2014, Updated 11:55 a.m. ET

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Eight Is Enough’s Susan Richardson opened up to this week’s The National ENQUIRER about her considerable struggles, as she’s living in a Pennsylvania trailer park on a monthly pension of $2000, not in the best of health, and recently suffered the loss of both her mother and her dog on the same day.

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Eight Is Enough’s Susan Richardson opened up to this week’s The National ENQUIRER about her considerable struggles, as she’s living in a Pennsylvania trailer park on a monthly pension of $2000, not in the best of health, and recently suffered the loss of both her mother and her dog on the same day.

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"My mother Rachel and my beloved dog, Honey Bunches Of Oats, died on the same day,” the beleaguered 62-year-old told the ENQUIRER.

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Richardson’s fall down the totem pole was accelerated by drug battles with pain pills and cocaine.

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Richardson’s fall down the totem pole was accelerated by drug battles with pain pills and cocaine.

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Richardson’s fall down the totem pole was accelerated by drug battles with pain pills and cocaine.

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Richardson sits outside her Wagontown, Penn. trailer — a 28-foot Avion brand structure built in 1960.

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Richardson sits outside her Wagontown, Penn. trailer — a 28-foot Avion brand structure built in 1960.

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Richardson’s digestive tract sickness led to the decay of her teeth, at which point she had to have them all pulled, and replaced with false ones.

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Richardson’s digestive tract sickness led to the decay of her teeth, at which point she had to have them all pulled, and replaced with false ones.

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Richardson’s digestive tract sickness led to the decay of her teeth, at which point she had to have them all pulled, and replaced with false ones.

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Richardson’s fall from grace mirrors that of Happy Days star Erin Moran, who also went from Tinseltown to a trailer park.

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