Judge orders 30-year-old man to leave parents’ home

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Things boiled over for this family on May 7, when Christina Rotondo filed suit in Onondaga County Supreme Court seeking to evict her son from their modest residence in Camillus, New York. 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.

They advised him to fix his broken auto and offered life advice in other letters.

"This is especially true for any weapons you may have", that note said, according to Syracuse.com. Exactly. You know these parents tried.

He said while he lived under the same roof as his parents, he did not speak to them.

However, it took Judge Donald Greenwood's order to make the parents' wishes a reality. Note: You will need stuff at (redacted).

Eventually, after a one-month removal notice lapsed on March 15th, the elder Rotondos turned to the judicial system as a last resort.

That petition resulted in Tuesday's ruling, which Rotondo may appeal.

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Rotondo, who occupies a bedroom in the property, claimed that as a family member he was legally entitled to a six-month notice period. "I mean, it seems to me like I should be provided with like 30 days or so, because generally you get 30 days.to vacate the premises", Rotondo said.

Eventually, the judge ruled in the parents' favour, meaning the 30-year-old needs to leave the NY state property immediately.

"There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you". And then shortly afterwards it's like, "Hey you lost your son and get out of the house.' I was devastated when I lost my son", Rotondo said.

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.

Rotondo would have to move out, the judge ruled. He told reporters that he isn't jobless and runs an online business, but wouldn't elaborate. Rotondo lost custody of his son past year, according to The New York Post.

"So I'm expecting something like that". But when asked about his business, Rotondo replied: "My business is my business".