Parents sue 30-year-old son to move out of house

Parents in US sue 30-year-old son as he refuses to move out of their house

A U.S. judge has ordered a 30-year-old to move out of his parents' house near Syracuse in upstate NY, after they went to court to evict him.

In the fifth and final letter Michael's parents offered to pay for the repairs for his broken down auto to get it off their property, and he still refused to leave.

It started off strangely when host Brooke Baldwin asked if Michael wants his own place, to which the 30-year-old said "no", but then within seconds, he says he doesn't want to live in his parents' place anymore.

The Rotondo family is going to court later this month, just before the son's 31st birthday. Mark and Christina even offered him $1,100 to leave as well as help him find a new place, but these are the things that Michael dubbed "attacks".

The smiling judge urged him to speak to his parents, and to voluntarily leave the house, but Mr Rotondo refused.

Michael Rotondo attempted to answer the claims and stated in a motion to dismiss that "he is a family member, who can not be evicted" and cited a 2006 legal case of Kosa v. Legg, placing the blame on his parents for violating law by forcing him out of their home without enough notice.

Michael Rotondo said he maintained a distance from his parents, despite living under their roof.

Rotondo said he had his own business. "If that's not the case, I don't know".

Michael Rotondo eviction: Pictured the Camillus, NY home that the millenial son refuses to move out of.Michael Rotondo eviction: A work discrimination suit, ongoing child custody and other missed opportunities.

State Supreme Court Justice Donald Greenwood rejected that as outrageous, the Post-Standard of Syracuse reported.

According to court filings, Rotondo didn't contribute to family expenses or help out with chores around the house. I've been trying to leave there for a long time. In the second-to-last letter, on March 5, the parents warned they would take actions to make sure he left the home. And I'm expecting that I will be able to.

A judge has ordered Michael Rotondo to leave his parents' home. Michael replied; "My business is my business". "Get one - you have to work!" one of the letters read.

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