Edie McClurg, an actress in Ferris Bueller, is said to have been victimized by a guy who attempted to marry her despite her dementia

Edie McClurg, an actress in Ferris Bueller, is said to have been victimized by a guy who attempted t ...

Edie McClurg, who played school secretary Grace in Ferris Buellers Day Off, has been granted a protective order against a California guy who allegedly attempted to marry her out-of-state despite her dementia.

Angelique Cabral, the McClurgs conservator, filed a lawsuit in the Superior Court of California in L.A. County, alleging that unemployed Michael L. Ramos, who has been living in the veteran actress' Los Angeles home, tried to sway her into her life and attempted to marry her, according to TMZ.

Cabral claims to be the conservatees' long-time friend, and was able to ingratiate himself into the conservatees' lives while she was battling dementia in the records, per People.

Ramos allegedly sexually assaulted McClurgs' caregiver, according to documents filed with the Los Angeles Police Department. The caregiver fears that Ramos has been sexually assaulting McClurg, but she may not realize it until she receives it.

Ramos was initially permitted to stay in the actress' home as companionship by a judge, but the lawyer is now requesting that he be removed.

As a result of the protection, the judge ordered Ramos to abandon his marriage plans.

According to TMZ, the McClurgs family filed a conservatorship in 2019. They claimed she had been living with a man who was verbally abusive and exploiting her. They even claimed he had tried to persuade her to change her estate plans.

McClurg has had a slew of voiceover roles, including roles inPlanes, Trains, and Automobiles as well as Carrie.

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