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Now, she wants to be paid as a caregiver. She threatens to tell the police he's beating her if he does not pay her $3,000 a month. What can his family do? How can we get her out of his house?

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Bookluvr has a very good point. Be sure your brother wants this lady friend gone. Unfortunately a sick senior wanting to stay in their own home might be willing to allow themselves to be taken advantage of in order to keep what they view to be their independence.
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What does your brother want to do? We had gone through something similar to this with a caregiver who visited dad after working hours. She was able to sweet talk him into giving her money every month. My dad is not incompetent. Like he told me, it is his money and he can give it to anyone he wants. I let it slide for several months because she was able to calm my dad. Because he liked her a lot. My dad told me that if she wanted $200, then he will give it to her - because he likes her. That was my red flag that I waited too long. I contacted her employment by email, stating that I've documented dates, time and how much $$ dad gave her for the past 6 months. I've stated that I confronted her, with an eye witness, to back off from my dad because she was feeding his delusions, etc....

I hope your brother feels the same as you about wanting her out. Otherwise, the police won't be able to do anything about it - because it's his home. And he wants her there.
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I agree. Call the police from the home. You don't want to leave her there alone if there are things she can steal if she knows your brother is going to the police. The police will separate the two of them and get their stories. I'm not sure if the police will be able to toss her out but your brother might be able to get a retraining order. See what the police suggest and make sure your brother takes their suggestions.

Don't let any grass grow under your brother's feet before he takes action. Every day she spends in his house could be misconstrued as her being a tenant as opposed to a blackmailing houseguest who won't leave.
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This is BS! Call her bluff. Call the police and ask them to remove her. I hope she hasn't been there very long so as to be able to claim
Residence rights that would require eviction notice etcetera. Claims that she has been abused would have to be substantiated in some way!? Photos, Bruises, black eyes etc? Google her name. She might have a record. Does your brother need a care giver? If so you might just go to his local police station and explain the situation to avoid his being inadvertently harmed while she's being removed. Area on aging might help? I'm not sure but take action. Good luck.
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