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Judge takes side of parents trying to evict ‘unemployed millennial 30yo son’ from home

A DEADBEAT son has been in the news recently after his own parents filed a suit for eviction from their home against him.

Michael Rotondo, 30, a college dropout, who studied engineering at a university but couldn’t finish because he ‘could not hack the math.;

He lived far away from his home for a brief period of time, in which period he became a father.

Later he decided to move into his parents’ home, which is a family home in Camillus, New York state.

Michael claimed that his parents Christina and Mark never asked him to do chores or pay rent in the period of 8-years.

Michael left court in a hurry, credits: DailyMail

He claimed that he was way ‘too busy’ to find a job because he was in a legal battle for the custody of his child from work, and getting a job would put a dent in his efforts to get the state to accommodate his legal fees.

He has also filed a suit against his former employers for damages, he worked at Best Buy and they fired him for refusing to work on Saturday. He is seeking $340,000 in damages because Saturday is his access day with his only child.

He was served a total number of five legal notices by his parents to evict the house by his parents.

Family Home Credits: Daily Mail

The parents claimed he refused to pay the rent and even stand on his own feet. They even offered him money to repair his car and find a place of his own to live.

The first notice was served on February 2, 2018, which stated: ‘Michael, after a discussion with your mother, we have decided that you must leave this house immediately.’

‘You have fourteen days to vacate. You will not be allowed to return. We will take whatever actions are necessary to enforce this decision.’

They filed suit for eviction in Onondaga County Supreme Court on May 22, 2018.

Michael, who hasn’t hired an attorney and representing himself, claimed that there was no valid reason given for his eviction and demanded an extension of 6 months at the hours.

Justice Donald Greenwood called his defense ‘outrageous’ and gave him an eviction order.

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