Nanny Nightmare: Live-in Babysitter Refuses to Leave

Diane Stretton claims she is a tenant and has the right to all legal protections for tenants.
1:32 | 06/30/14

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And move on, we have been talking about the nanny, the nightmare, the caretaker who would not move out even after being served with court papers. This morning we learned the ordeal might soon be over. Ryan Owens with the latest. Reporter: It has come to this, a 64-year-old nanny sleeping in her pontiac grand grand am, the family fielding calls from their attorney about when and under what conditions the nanny will be moving out. She could be out by July 4th. Can't do that, we'll be out of town. She needs to be out. If no one's here, she could do a forced lockout. Reporter: It's unclear if either side will budge. The nanny's belongings are here. By court, by law, this is her domain. Reporter: The family hire Diane stretton in March after a Craig's lead for a nanny. She was great at first, then complained the of health problems, and they fired her and asked her to move out. What does she say? She smiled and shut the door. Reporter: In court, she argued she's a tenant, so the eviction process could drag on for weeks or months. Ryan Owens, upland, California.

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