OLATHE, Kan. (AP) - Cash-strapped former "Eight is Enough" and "Charles in Charge" star Willie Aames is selling off his belongings in suburban Kansas City.
Dozens showed up Thursday at a garage sale at his Olathe home, where Aames made deals with bargain-hunters and signed autographs.
A production crew filmed the sale for a TV show.
The 48-year-old Aames has fallen upon hard times. He filed for bankruptcy last year and his home is in foreclosure.
Items on sale included antiques, artwork, a piano, deer head mounts and TV and movie memorabilia.
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