A NY judge has ruled that a 30-year-old man will have to move out of his parents' Syracuse-area home after they sued to evict him.
Christina and Mark Rotondo said their son Michael did not pay rent or help around the house, and he had rejected offers from them to help him with the move.
"Michael, After a discussion with your Mother, we have decided that you must leave this house immediately", reads the February 2 note that's signed, "Mark and Christina Rotondo". In a letter dated February 18, Rotondo's parents offered him $1,100 in cash to help him find a place to stay.
Michael Rotondo called the ruling "outrageous" and said he planned to appeal the decision, WABC reported. You have 14 days to vacate.
"It wasn't hard", he said, adding that he had done "a brief search of the Internet for the removal of a family member from a home.it took minutes".
Adorante said the parents would give Rotondo a fair amount of time to vacate the property.
Another letter shortly after read: "Michael Joseph Rotondo, you are hereby evicted".
He told reporters outside the court that it sounded like the judge was ordering him to move out without enough notice.
Supreme Court justice Donald Greenwood branded Mr Rotondo's demand "outrageous" and issued an eviction order. But Rotondo wasn't going to leave without a legal battle.
Throughout the eviction process, Rotondo's parents made many suggestions as to how their son could afford to move out on his own, according to earlier Syracuse.com reporting.
"I'm not a burden to them at home".
Rotondo has never lived with his child but said he saw his child regularly.
Eventually, after a one-month removal notice lapsed on March 15th, the elder Rotondos turned to the judicial system as a last resort. The best detail of all is that Rotondo actively sought out news cameras as he left the courtroom to tell his story before he went back home to his parents' house. Rotondo lost custody of his son previous year, according to The New York Post. The filings state that the couple has been told they can not evict Michael since he is a family member, and he will have to be removed through an ejectment proceeding.
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