First, the latest on a bizarre story about the truly live-in nanny. One family claimed she's turned their life into a nightmare. She refused to leave and threatened to sue. Finally this morning,... See More
First, the latest on a bizarre story about the truly live-in nanny. One family claimed she's turned their life into a nightmare. She refused to leave and threatened to sue. Finally this morning, science their ordeal may soon be over. Ryan Owens is in Los Angeles with more. You can't make this stuff up, Ryan. What a story, right? We have movement to report if the standoff between this family and their nanny, who has not returned to their home since Thursday. Yes, there may be a deal in the works to end this soap opera in the next couple of days. We want to hear what you have to say. After spending several nights sleeping in her pontiac grand am, the 64-year-old woman dubd the nanny from hell seeped ready to throw in the towel. I hired nanny. She refuses to leave. Reporter: Three weeks after the family fired her and begged her to leave. Let's just read the e-mail. Reporter: Late Saturday night, Diane called the family's attorney and offered to move out of their upland California home, but only under their conditions. She said she could be out by July 4th. Oh, no, no, no. We'll be out of town. Then she -- if no one is here she could do a forced lockout on us. Reporter: This morning, it's unclear if either side will budge. Meanwhile, the nanny's belongings are behind this bedroom door. This is, by court, by law, her domain. Reporter:er the family hired her in March. She was at first great with their three kids then complained of health problems and spent all day locked in her room. When you asked her to leave, what did she say to you? She smiles and shuts the door at me. Reporter: Which is what she did to station KCBS Wednesday night when the father served her with court pages. They've asked you to leave. Why won't you leave? Reporter: In court, she's argued she's a tenant with all the legal protections that come with it. I think that she actually spends her day trying to ruin people's lives. Misery loves company. Reporter: Now she says that because the family has since learned this nanny apparently really likes to sue people. Her name is on dozens of civil lawsuits all across southern California. The family thinks she does this for a living. In this case, she is acting as her own attorney. She still has not commented to us. We want to take that clear just in case she decides to sue us, too. Get our lawyers in line. The problem is, it takes awhile, um, to evict someone. I mean, because she was invited into the home. That was part of the deal initially. She's using the speed of the wheels of justice to her advantage.
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