Judge orders man, 30, to move out of parents' home

This is 408 Weatheridge Drive in Camillus. Mark and Christina Rotondo are in court trying to evict their son Michael from their home. Google image

This is 408 Weatheridge Drive in Camillus. Mark and Christina Rotondo are in court trying to evict their son Michael from their home. Google image

Flustered, Rotondo explained how he had no option but to refuse as he was "committed" to 'getting' his son back.

"My clients don't really have to express a reason why they want the respondent to leave their residence", said Christina Rotondo's lawyer Anthony Adorante. Instead, it took a judge to pry Michael Rotondo from his parents' home.

He added snarkily, "I don't think trying to destroy somebody is 'tough love'".

A letter dated 11 days later cuts straight to the chase, warning of potential legal action if Michael doesn't get out.

However Mr Rotondo, who represented himself, argued he should be allowed to live with his parents for another six months.

"They said, 'you need to get a job, you need to get health insurance, '" he said.

He said his troubles with his parents are connected to him losing custody of his son late a year ago. Attempts by Reuters to reach him were unsuccessful. The best detail of all is that Rotondo actively sought out news cameras as he left the courtroom to tell his story before he went back home to his parents' house.

"I don't have the means to do that tomorrow", he said.

A NY judge has ordered a man to move out of his mother and father's house.

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Court documents show that Michael's parents first asked him to leave on February 2, giving him two weeks' notice.

Despite these notices, Michael has not budged.

Michael will head to the Onondaga County Court on May 22 to explain why he "should not be required to vacate the family residence".

"So I'm expecting something like that".

The letters included in the petition illustrate their rising frustration.

He also claimed he had "never been expected to contribute to household expenses, or assisted with chores and the maintenance of the premises".

Maters soon after continued to digress, with Rotondo explaining how his parents stopped providing food for him, along with cutting off his cellphone (don't you hate it when parents act like parents?).

That order capped a surreal 30-minute court appearance in which Rotondo didn't deny that his parents had given him multiple orders to leave their 408 Weatheridge Drive home.

On Feb, 13, three days shy of the 14 days they promised, the parents wrote Michael Rotondo informing him that they retained an attorney. Rotondo claimed that, legally, he wasn't given enough notice to leave, maintaining that six months is a more reasonable time frame. They also warn him to refrain from "threatening or harassing action" that he might consider taking.

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