Diane Stretton made international headlines when she refused to leave the home where she had been working as a nanny for about two months.
The Bracomontes former nanny believes she has been unfairly vilified in the press and by her former employers.
CBS2’s Tom Wait reports a three-day notice to quit is taped to the Bracamonte family’s front door, a sign of the fallout between Ralph and Marcella Bracamonte and the former caregiver for their three children, Diane Stretton.
The 64-year-old live-in nanny who has come under national fire for refusing to leave an Upland family’s home is speaking out for the first time.
The couple fired the live-in nanny on June 6 and she refused to leave.
CBS2’s Jeff Nguyen spoke to neighbors Friday — many of whom can not believe the drama unfolding in their quiet little neighborhood.
In other words, just free room and board violates state labor laws.
When the couple asked Diane Stretton to leave, she simply refused.
CBS2’s Amy Johnson spoke to the couple who have tried everything — including legal measures — to get the nanny out.