Fired Nanny Cites High Temperatures in Decision to Stay

Diana Stretton blames the weather and physical disabilities as reasons she hasn't left her former employers' home.
1:13 | 07/01/14

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Net nanny that wouldn't work and Witten leaf has set some new conditions for moving out. Diane Stratton has sent an email to lawyers representing the -- a multifamily. Saying she will leave for good by the fourth of July under certain conditions. But she wants to sleep there until that Stratton left the family home last Thursday and has been seen in her car but. She left her belongings there and has a legal right. To return and -- now she's saying she doesn't want to leave because the temperatures going to be near a hundred degrees for the next few days. This woman is not. And -- don't blame the media -- to preventing her from from leaving. But can you believe that at one point she even called the police and she said the TV that the families -- he was too loud and the other. Said we don't even -- surround sound there's no way this could be loud and that the family could possibly find up to 1000 dollars. We're disrupting the -- unbelievable it's the whacky story right he's threatening to sue the family for elder abuse young and for improperly firing her it is going to continue it is as circulation as a reality TV show and certainly -- -- apparently and a list of. For -- litigators yet says she's done this is litigated points the family and that which -- they've known that before they hired and I know that pregnant and background checks let's say.

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