A pair of New York parents are suing their 30-year-old son in order to evict him from their home after sending him numerous notices to vacate the premises.
Christina and Mark Rotondo have made it clear to son Michael that he needs to leave their home in Camillus, but he isn’t budging.
“Michael Joseph Rotondo, you are hereby evicted from [address], Camillus, New York effective immediately,” one note read, the New York Post reported. “You have heretofore been our guest and there is no lease or agreement that gives you any right to stay here without our consent.”
Court filings showed Michael Rotondo has no job and owns a nonworking Volkswagon Passat that sits on the property, the Post reported. He also reportedly does not help with chores and has even refused offers of money from his parents to get settled elsewhere.
A judge ruled Tuesday that the 30-year-old must leave the home, but Michael Rotondo said he would appeal the decision, WABC reported. He also claimed he didn’t have enough time to find a place and needed six months to do so.
He acted as his own lawyer in the proceeding, the Post reported, and argued he was never expected to pay rent or do chores.
Michael Rotondo runs a website business out of his parents' home, WABC reported, but doesn’t know where he will stay while he appeals the judge's decision.
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