Published: Sat, May 26, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

Man, 30, ordered by court to leave parents' home

Man, 30, ordered by court to leave parents' home

"That's outrageous", he said.

"I'm seeking an appeal", he said.

Despite being served with an eviction order, Rotondo seemed to enjoy his time in court.

"You are hereby evicted", a 13 Feb notice signed by Mrs Rotondo reads.

"When asked if he considered spending as much time looking for a new place to live as fighting the eviction, [Michael] replied that he wasn't ready to leave home". The Rotondos filed a petition in state court and the judge heard the case on Tuesday. He asked for an additional six months to move out, but the court told him family members don't get special treatment. He also said he did his own laundry.

While declining to discuss in detail how he lost custody of his son (any guesses anyone?) Rotondo insists he makes for a 'great father' and that the court ruling which saw him lose custody was 'unreasonable'. Attempts by Reuters to reach him were unsuccessful. In court documents, Mark and Christina Rotondo say they tried for months to get their unemployed son to move out. At this point, he said that if his parents' lawyer allows him to stay for three more months, he will drop his legal fight.

"I'm granting the eviction, I think the notice is sufficient", Judge Greenwood said.

Christina and Mark Rotondo sit in New York State Supreme Court on May 22, 2018 during a proceeding where a judge told their son he must vacate their home in Camillus, N.Y.

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Despite these notices, Michael has not budged. And I'm expecting that I will be able to.

Michael Rotondo said he does have a job, but wouldn't answer any questions about the line of work he's in. He called his parents' efforts "retaliatory".

A 30-year-old man has been ordered by a judge to leave his parents' home in Camillus, New York.

The letters included in the petition illustrate their rising frustration.

In a real-life case of "Failure to Launch", an upstate NY judge Tuesday ordered a 30-year-old man to move out of his parents' house after they went to court to have him ejected.

He also claims he's "never been expected to contribute to household expenses, or assisted with chores and the maintenance of the premises".

Maters soon after continued to digress, with Rotondo explaining how his parents stopped providing food for him, along with cutting off his cellphone (don't you hate it when parents act like parents?). You have 14 days to vacate.

The couple finally made a decision to take legal action after learning they could only remove a family member from their home through an ejectment proceeding.

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