A live-in nanny who refused to leave a family’s home after the couple who hired her said she stopped helping to care for their three children has left the home, ABC News reports .
Diane Stretton had been hired by Marcella and Ralph Bracamonte of Upland, Calif., in March. They came to an impasse recently after Stretton stopped working, according to the couple, and she refused to leave.
Stretton, 64, threatened to sue, according to the couple.
Marcella Bracamonte now says Stretton left the home 7 a.m. Thursday.
“I have no idea where she goes. I don’t know what happened,” Bracamonte told ABC News.