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She just never found her way.""How do you help somebody that doesn't want to help themselves?You try a couple of times and if they don't want the help, I gotta go, sorry."He also made sure to drive home the point that he's never had a drug problem himself."I never did drugs. Monday evening, Scott Baio took to Facebook to clarify seemingly insensitive statements he made about his co-star Erin Moran's passing."I’m OK, a little shocked but not completely shocked that this happened," he said Monday morning on 77 WABC Radio's ."But my thing really is, I feel bad because her whole life, she was troubled, could never find what made her happy and content.During his interview with the WABC radio show, Baio added, "I'm saddened by what happened. She was just an insecure human being and fell into this world of drugs and alcohol.I don't know if it was drugs that killed her, I read one report said it might have been and I hope it... 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.I never was interested in drugs, it never intrigued me.
(Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA - MAY 6: Actress Erin Moran attends 'A Mother's Day Salute to TV Moms' at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences May 6, 2008 in North Hollywood, California. 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.“I feel bad, but sometimes you make your bed and you have to sleep in it,” Baio tells The Post. I have extended myself a couple of times and at a certain point you have to say, ‘You know what? I am not going to worry about this.’” Moran, 51, is one of six “Happy Days” actors who reached a settlement last month with CBS over royalties for the continued use of their images in merchandising.Each of the stars — Moran, Donnie Most, Anson Williams, Marion Ross and the estate of the late Tom Bosley — received ,000. “I don’t like lawyers very much,” he tells The Post. Paramount was very good to me.” Baio’s new series, “See Dad Run,” is coincidentally filmed on the same soundstage where “Happy Days” was made from 1974 to 1984.Baio, 51, stars as a former sitcom dad who returns home when his long-running show gets canceled and must cope with raising his three children. 6 — will feel familiar to fans of another Baio sitcom, “Charles in Charge,” he admits.