A couple in NY is seeking help from the law to get their 30-year-old son out of the house. During Tuesday's hearing, which Syracuse.com called "surreal", Michael Rotondo argued with the judge for 30 minutes, including insisting he was legally entitled to six months' notice before having to move out. One note included $1,100 and offered help to find him an apartment.
Christina and Mark Rotondo of Camillus started the court proceedings earlier this month and filed evidence of five notices they served their son, starting in February. You have 14 days to vacate. You will not be allowed to return.
In court he said, "I'm seeking an appeal".
Christina and Mark Rotondo say their son ignored repeated requests to move out
Most parents are living the life of "empty nesters" by the time their children reach 30, but one USA couple had to go to court to give their son that extra little push.
"There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you", the letter reads.
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Reached by phone Tuesday, Michael confirmed he's still bumming it at home, and would not elaborate on the nature of his business.
He said that his relationship with his parents has grown very strained, with the three of them never speaking or interacting inside the home.
They've got nothing on Michael Rotondo. It's an entirely different thing to be a shitty roommate to your parents who were kind enough to let you stay with them. The judge sided with his parents and told the grown-ass man - who doesn't pay rent - he needed to heed his parents' eviction notice.
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Court documents indicate that throughout his eight years living with his parents, Michael contributed nothing to household expenses or chores, because he didn't feel he was expected to. When asked if he lived in the basement, Rotondo replied in a bedroom. He also ordered adult protective services to investigate, expressing concern about what was going on.
As Rotondo's parents sat quietly in the court gallery, Rotondo appeared to crave the spotlight. Michael was given "reasonable time" to leave the home.
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