Nanny Says Employer 'Destroyed My Life'

Diane Stretton was accused of not leaving the home of a California family who once employed her.
1:05 | 07/02/14

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We're hearing from the other side and that story about the California nanny who was accused of not leaving the house after being fired. In an interview with KB CTV former nanny Diane -- asked that are faced not be shown and complained about all the negative publicity as she's gotten. You know she's vilified me and really destroyed my life it'll be difficult for me to ever -- -- place now that she's done this to me that she Stratton is referring to -- Marcelo -- -- who hired Stratton in March. To help care for her family's three kids and do some house work in exchange for room and board. But in June the -- -- gave her thirty days notice to leave. At first Stratton resisted but eventually did go now Stratton wants to go back and remove her things but with the condition. What I'd like to do is just have a police -- there and have them big -- have the police officer. See that I'm only taking stuff from my room. As for her former employers they say they're concerned that -- they do let Stratton back into the house shall again refuse to leave. -- --

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