Published: Sat, May 26, 2018
Global Media | By Derrick Guzman

U.S. judge orders 30yo to move out of parents' home

U.S. judge orders 30yo to move out of parents' home

Things boiled over for this family on May 7, when Christina Rotondo filed suit in Onondaga County Supreme Court seeking to evict her son from their modest residence in Camillus, New York.

The stubborn son, who is acting as his own lawyer, is now fighting to have his mom's suit tossed, claiming his parents are legally required to give him six months' notice to leave, according to his filing. 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".

In a letter dated February 13, mother Cristina Rotondo who owns the family resident at 408 Weatheridge Drive, Camillus, New York, wrote, "You are hereby evicted". You will not be allowed to return. But Judge Donald Greenwood ruled that he would have to move out, calling his demand for more time "outrageous".


He said six months was "a reasonable amount of time for someone who has been depending on persons for support".

As early as February 2, 2018, Michael was given five notices from his parents to leave the home. They've got nothing on Michael Rotondo.

Reached by phone Tuesday, Michael confirmed he's still bumming it at home, and would not elaborate on the nature of his business.


Michael Rotondo, 30, who was evicted from his parents' home in NY by a judge, has told DailMail.com how a bitter row over his own son sparked the dispute with his parents.

- Formerly Brightly5 (@Brightly50) May 22, 2018Michael Rotondo eviction: 'I need to remain being a poor person'. Aggravating matters, Rotondo told of no longer even being able to use the laundry machines at his paren's house anymore. Despite eviction notices and offers of cash, he wouldn't budge, CBS New York reports. And then shortly afterwards it's like, "Hey you lost your son and get out of the house.' I was devastated when I lost my son", Rotondo said. When asked if he lived in the basement, Rotondo replied in a bedroom.

He also argued that he can not be evicted because he is a relative of the house's owners.


"I don't presently expect to be there three months from now", he told the judge. He later confirmed that he plans to appeal the decision.

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