Man, 30, sued by parents finally leaves home

Man, 30, sued by parents finally leaves home

Hours before a court-ordered deadline.


Michael Rotondo, the man evicted after months of wrangling with his parents, complied Friday with the ruling that a county supreme court justice handed down last week.

News crews recorded him packing up a pickup truck this week. Rotondo told the Daily Mail they belonged to his eight-year-old son.

Instead, Mark had offered to search for specific items and if he finds them, he'll return them, Michael said. The Legos were found after police arrived.

"I woke up. My buddy sends me a link for a BBC article saying 'Haha this is amusing are you getting sued by your parents?' I was like 'Haha that is amusing especially that is the same name, same spelling same age, '" the Capital Region's Rotondo told the Syracuse TV station.

The deadbeat millenial reportedly lost custody of his son in September for reasons not known, and has been fighting his parents' attempts to get visitation rights to their grandchild.

But Michael Rotondo did not heed their deadlines, and his parents filed for an ejectment proceeding.

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"I gotta get going before that thing blows up", he told reporters before driving off while waving and honking.

"There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you", they wrote in one note, dated 18 February. He failed to persuade the judge to grant him another six months with his parents.

"Get one - you have to work!"

Mr Rotondo said he wanted no further contact with his mother and father once he moved out of the property, which is 260 miles (420km) north of New York City.

Rotondo planned to spend the next week at an Airbnb in Syracuse. Later, he plans on moving in with a distant cousin, the newspaper reported.

"Rotondo said that wasn't good enough and called police". "I don't have to guess what's behind Door No. 1". Asked if that marks a dramatic change in his thinking, given his recent hard-fought court battle, Rotondo answered succinctly.

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