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“Nightmare Nanny” who refused to leave home after being fired will move…with one condition

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UPLAND, Calif. – A California nanny, who has refused to leave the home of the family she once worked for, has finally agreed to leave under one condition.

Diane Stretton, 64, says she will move out on July 4, as long as the weather is cool.

Stretton had worked for a family in Upland as a live-in nanny.

She was fired a little over three weeks ago because the family said she had stopped working.

However, she refused to leave their home and even threatened to sue the family for wrongful termination and abuse of the elderly.

Stretton is currently living in her car but her belongings remain inside the home.

Now, she says she will need three days to move her things and will only do so if the weather is cool.

The family had tried to legally remove Stretton from their home but a judge says they must follow the standard eviction process.