Jerry Lewis' illegitimate child lives on the street

Inside Edition found Suzan Lewis, Jerry Lewis' illegitimate daughter, living on the streets with her belongings in shopping bags in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The illegitimate daughter of late comedian Jerry Lewis is homeless - even though her father's estate is worth $50million.

Inside Edition found Suzan Lewis, who is believed to be her late 60s or early 70s, carrying her belongings in shopping bags and living on the streets in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Suzan has never been acknowledged by her father, and only found out he passed away in August at the age of 91 when a friend told her.

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Inside Edition found Suzan Lewis, Jerry Lewis', living on the streets with her belongings in shopping bags in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Inside Edition found Suzan Lewis, Jerry Lewis', living on the streets with her belongings in shopping bags in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Inside Edition found Suzan Lewis, Jerry Lewis' illegitimate daughter, living on the streets with her belongings in shopping bags in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Suzan (left) has never been acknowledged by her father, and only found out he passed away in August when a friend told hers

Suzan (left) has never been acknowledged by her father, and only found out he passed away in August when a friend told hers

'We can't follow news,' she said. 'We don't have a television.' 

Suzan says she is lonely on street.

She spends most of her time at a local food court because it is cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

'If you have to be in the street, you may as well have people around you so you don't feel isolated,' she added.

Suzan shared that it is lonely on the street and that she spends the majority of her time at a local food court because it is cool in the summer and warm in the winter

Suzan shared that it is lonely on the street and that she spends the majority of her time at a local food court because it is cool in the summer and warm in the winter

When she can afford it, Suzan likes to treat herself to some Chinese food before she goes back to the streets

When she can afford it, Suzan likes to treat herself to some Chinese food before she goes back to the streets

When she can afford it, Suzan likes to treat herself to some Chinese food before she goes back to the streets. 

Born out of wedlock back in the 1950s, Susan's mother - model Lynn Dixon - had a three-year affair with Lewis. 

Lewis was married to Patti Palmer at the time. 

Suzan claimed that the comic 'would see me whenever he could' and has a side-by-side image of her and Lewis in her cell phone

Suzan claimed that the comic 'would see me whenever he could' and has a side-by-side image of her and Lewis in her cell phone

Born out of wedlock back in the 1950s, Susan's mother - model Lynn Dixon (pictured) - had a three-year affair with Lewis

Born out of wedlock back in the 1950s, Susan's mother - model Lynn Dixon (pictured) - had a three-year affair with Lewis

Suzan claimed that the comic 'would see me whenever he could' and has a side-by-side image of her and Lewis in her cell phone. 

And while Lewis' estate is worth millions, Suzan uses public restrooms in hotels and restaurants to wash up and even bathe at times. 

"It's just something that happened," she said about how she found herself living out on the streets.

Suzan gets around by bus and uses a laundromat to wash her clothes. At nighttime, she puts her belongings in a storage locker and searches for a place to rest with her friend Dave

Suzan gets around by bus and uses a laundromat to wash her clothes. At nighttime, she puts her belongings in a storage locker and searches for a place to rest with her friend Dave

On a given night, they sleep on a metal bench with a mattress made from cardboard and newspapers

On a given night, they sleep on a metal bench with a mattress made from cardboard and newspapers

Suzan gets around by bus and uses a laundromat to wash her clothes. At nighttime, she puts her belongings in a storage locker and searches for a place to rest with her friend Dave. 

On a given night, they sleep on a metal bench with a mattress made from cardboard and newspapers. 

Jerry Lewis died from natural causes at the age of 91 on August 20

Jerry Lewis died from natural causes at the age of 91 on August 20

“I always look at the bright side,” she said. 

“No point being negative — then you'd be miserable.” 

Jerry Lewis died from natural causes at the age of 91 on August 20.

The comedian passed away at home in Las Vegas, his agent confirmed.

'Sadly I can confirm that today the world lost one of the most significant human beings of the 20th century,' his representative Mark Rozzano told ABC News.

Over his long career in showbiz, Lewis starred in several hit movies including Martin Scorsese's The King of Comedy and The Nutty Professor.

But arguably his most famous achievement is founding the annual Labor Day Muscular Dystrophy telethon in the 1960s, which raised more than $2.45 billion over the decades, led by Lewis until he was relieved as host in 2011.