Michael Rotondo, the 30-year-old U.S. man who made global news when he refused to leave his parents' house, has finally been evicted, bringing to an end weeks of speculation about why the hell a grown-ass 30-year-old man was fighting so hard to stay living with his folks in the first place.
Notorious millennial mooch Michael Rotondo finally left his parents' home just hours before he was about to be evicted.
Rotondo's cousin reportedly helped him move out of his parents' NY home Friday morning.
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According to local media, he left a couple of hours before a midday deadline set by a judge last week.
Rotondo's parents claim that they pleaded with their son, who had lived in their suburban NY house for eight years, to get a job, and even offered him money to find a place of his own.
Rotondo tells TMZ. he called the cops on his father in the midst of the moving process because his dad refused to hand over some toys he wanted to pack for his child - yes, Michael has a son. Instead, his father offered to look for the Lego and bring it out to him.
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Rotondo honked and waved to reporters as he pulled out of the driveway of his parents' home.
Christina and Mark Rotondo of Camillus started the court proceedings this month and filed evidence of five toughly worded notices they served their son, starting in February. "While the police were there, the Legos were located and there was no further incident". "I can't have my phone getting jammed up with nonsense like that", Rotondo said as police responded to his complaint. The judge called this request "outrageous", at which point Rotondo called the judge "outrageous" right back. Rotondo made national headlines when his parents sued him for living in their house for free.
Rotondo lost custody and unsupervised visitation with his son in 2017. "I don't have to guess what's behind Door No. 1".
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His parents had said goodbye "more or less", he told reporters.