‘Won’t Go Nanny’ Might Be Ready To Pack Her Bags
UPLAND (CBSLA.com) — After digging in her heels and refusing to leave her employer’s home — even after being fired — the “Won’t Go Nanny” might be ready to to exit stage right.
Diane Stretton, aka “The Nanny,” has reportedly agreed to move out of Ralph and Marcel Bracamonte’s Upland home — under certain conditions.
Last week, CBS2’s Amy Johnson first reported about the couple’s ordeal.
The Bracamontes hired Stretton, 64, from a Craigslist ad in March. They told Johnson that all was fine and good for two months, but suddenly, Stretton stopped working her job included light house work and caring for the couple’s three children) and refused to leave her room.
The couple fired the live-in nanny on June 6 and she refused to leave.
The Bracamontes went to court to try to extricate Stretton from their premises but filled out a three-day quit notice incorrectly and a judge sided with Stretton.
The story quickly went viral.
The Bracamontes both said Stretton made them uncomfortable in their own home. They tried locking the refrigerator — nothing worked.
But KCAL9’s Cristy Fajardo reports a deal might be in the works.
Fajardo said the family is skeptical. She went to the Upland Police Department to see if she could find Stretton. She’s reportedly been sleeping in her car outside the station the past several days.
But Fajardo reported, “There was no sign of the so-called ‘Nanny from Hell.'” The Bracamontes say they have not physically seen the nanny since Thursday.
Cameras from “Good Morning America” were rolling on the Bracamonte’s home Saturday when their attorney told them Stretton said she would move out by July 4th.
They explained that date wouldn’t work because they would be out of town.
Lawyer Marc Cohen declined to talk to Fajardo on Sunday telling her he was still negotiating terms.
He told Fajardo he was hoping to have an update as early as Monday.