'Nightmare Nanny' Offers To Leave, But Is It A Setup?
Diane Stretton has finally said she'll leave the Bracamonte home, but the California family is worried she's trying to trick them.By Lauren Zima | June 30, 2014
The so-called nightmare nanny from California may finally be leaving the Bracamonte family's home, weeks after being fired on June 6th.
"Stretton has agreed to leave by July 4th, but the family says they're not sure if they believe her." (Via KNBC)
The family plans to be out of town for July 4th, and they're worried 64-year-old Diane Stretton could lock them out of their own home, because legally, she has the right to be there. She was hired as a live-in nanny.