In 'Surreal' Hearing, Son, 30, Ordered to Move Out of Parents' Home

26 May, 2018, 12:56 | Author: Charlene Valdez
  • Michael Rotondo argued for six months' notice. Pic

The promise of adventure didn't do it. It started off with Rotondo saying he did not want to live with his parents anymore because "it's very tense, it's very awkward" but then saying he still would like more time to move out.

"You only have one mom and dad, and I understand that you are probably more upset than you're letting on, but don't you want to reconcile with them?"

When Michael ignored the letter, his parents wrote up a proper eviction notice with the help of their lawyer. "I mean, that creates all kind of problems in the era of Airbnb".

"Michael", Mr Rotondo said in his letter written in February, "after a discussion with your mother, we have decided you must leave this house immediately". The parents said they also offered their son $1,100 to help him find a place of his own.

The 30-year-old represented himself in court. Pic
Image The 30-year-old represented himself in court. Pic

"You are hereby evicted", it read. Note: You will need stuff at (redacted).

Shortly after this notice, his parents chose to seek legal counsel and served another notice on February 13, granting Michael 30 days to move out or they would begin enforcement procedures. Another message urged him to either fix his auto, a Volkswagen Passat, or take it down off of the "ramps" that it was on at the Rotondos' house.

There Michael answered their questions, telling them he occupies a bedroom in his parents' home, does not speak to them and is not ready to leave home.

However, a 30-year-old man has revealed the extraordinary lengths his parents went to, to kick him out. At one point, the judge called Rotondo up to the bench.

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As Rotondo's parents sat quietly in the court gallery, Rotondo appeared to crave the spotlight.

Michael argued he should have been given six months' notice before being ejected.

When that failed, they were left with no other option but to sue their son and take him to court. Rotondo dismissed his work as a simple internet search that took only minutes.

Michael told the court he hadn't been given sufficient notice, but the judge disagreed and granted his parents the order requested.

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The case is being seen as an extreme example of a growing trend. "That's why I'm living with my parents still".

In headlines, Rotondo is often labeled as a deadbeat or layabout; his status as a millennial is also often mentioned.

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