A homeowner has hired her own security guards to evict alleged squatters after being fed up with them living in her family home.
Kaylene MacDonald took steps to 'reclaim' her Queensland property after the family of five moved in when she was interstate.
Appearing on A Current Affair, the mother broke down in tears as she revealed her heartbreak after the family allegedly refused to leave her home for three months.
Ms Macdonald claims she was out of town when her eldest daughter Sharni invited her boyfriend Kyle Newbie to stay with her.
And eventually, Kyle's family - parents Katherine and Kevin Newbie and two sisters - allegedly took over Ms Macdonald's home.
However, the Newbie family denied they were squatters, claiming they were 'requested' to live in the property.
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Homeowner Kaylene MacDonald (pictured) was distraught when she found alleged squatters living into her family home after they moved in when she was interstate
The homeowner took matters into her own hands by hiring security guards to evict them
Ms Macdonald's youngest daughter Laiken was initially looking after the home - but the homeowner claims was eventually forced out by the alleged squatters.
The homeowner was outraged when she returned to find five cars