Evicted 30-Year-Old Michael Rotondo Says His Parents Aren't Good People

Michael Rotondo

Michael Rotondo

The New York family drama eventually rolled into the court system, where a judge on Tuesday ruled in the parents' favor and ordered Michael Rotondo to leave after having a room for eight years.

Christina and Mark Rotondo, the aggrieved parents moved to the Onondaga County Supreme Court to force their 30-year-old son out of the family residence after he ignored five eviction notices served to him.

In one letter from 2 February, they wrote: "Michael, after a discussion with your mother, we have decided that you must leave this house immediately".

A "reasonable amount of time", in his view, was six months, but his parents disagreed, sending him notices directing him to leave, including one that said they were providing $1,100 for him to find his own accommodations, United States media reported. You will not be allowed to return. Attorney Anthony Adorante said it would give Rotondo reasonable time to vacate. He admitted to New York Post that it was "awkward".

He said that his relationship with his parents has grown very strained, with the three of them never speaking or interacting inside the home.

The home of Mark and Christina Rotondo is seen in this undated Google Maps, in Syracuse, N.Y.

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In the third notice dated February 18, the Rotondos even offered their unemployed son a sum of $1,100 to vacate the house along with advice about finding a job.

When Greenwood tried to compliment Rotondo on his work researching other cases, Rotondo dismissed it.

New York State Supreme Court Judge Donald Greenwood told the court enough was enough. He later confirmed that he plans to appeal the decision. Rotondo lost custody of his son a year ago, according to The New York Post.

They do tell their son to get a job and move his broken-down vehicle.

"That's why I'm not the CEO of a big company", Rotondo said about his responsibility as a parent.

"The notion that, you know, that I'm just out of there, it really seems most unreasonable", he said. With reporters watching in court, Michael Rotondo sparred with Greenwood for 30 minutes, at one point refusing the judge's request to work things out directly to his parents, who were sitting quietly nearby.

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