Ferris Bueller Star Edie McClurg Reportedly The Victim Of An Elder Abuse Scheme

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off actress Edie McClurg has been battling dementia, which is when one’s thinking, memory, and reasoning are impaired. Unfortunately, the vulnerability of dementia can be easily taken advantage of by the wrong people. The Missouri native has reportedly been a victim of an elderly abuse scheme.

In February of 2019, TMZ broke the story that McClurg’s family applied for conservatorship because of her ongoing struggles with dementia, and that she was living with “a verbally abusive male companion” who tried to influence the handling of her estate by getting her to sign documents. That “male companion” is identified as Michael Ramos, who was given permission by the judge in the conservatorship case to stay in her home for “companionship.” However, things took a dark turn more recently, with TMZ now reporting that the unemployed Ramos allegedly tried to move McClurg out of California to marry her while knowing she lacked the mental capacity. 

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