A declaration has been filed in Los Angeles Superior Court by a caretaker for the actor Peter Falk, who has offers some interesting insights into nature of the visits Faulk's daughter Catherine made.
Months ago, Catherine went head-to-head with Faulk's current wife Shera over conservatorship of Peter, who is battling Alzheimer's, with Shera claiming the father and daughter have long been estranged.
John Adrian Arandia, a nurse hired to care for Falk, submitted the declaration through Shera's attorneys. He claims Catherine's behavior made him uneasy asking tons of questions about his condition and his motor functions.
She also brought two small toy baseballs for her father, telling Arandia that it was his favorite sport, which the actor immediately tried to ingest.
"It made me uncomfortable to have to answer Catherine's questions and I would prefer not having to answer them in the future," he said.
"Her presence at these meetings should be sufficient and she should not need any toys to visit with Mr. Falk," he added.