The Bracamontes hired Diane Stretton to care for their children, trading services in part for room and board. When the 64-year-old woman ended up refusing to work, the Bracamontes told Stretton to leave. She refused to do that, too, claiming that she was a tenant and that the Bracamontes had to go through the legal process of eviction — and a court agreed. Stretton’s been there for a few weeks now, smiling and threatening to sue the Bracamontes if they try to push her out. The Bracamontes can’t leave the house either, afraid that Stretton will change the locks on them.

ABC now reports that Stretton may agree to leave by the end of the week, with a particular emphasis on may:


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