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Updated: February 25, 2021


Michael Rotondo, the 30-year old man who was sued by his parents to move out of their house, after they gave him five quit notices, has been given an eviction date.

He has been ordered to pack up his belongings and get out of his parents’ home in Camillus in upstate New York by noon on June 1, New York Post reported, citing a filing Thursday.

Rotondo has been crashing rent-free at his parents’ for the past eight years. After his parents, Christina and Mark, failed to evict him several times, they sued him.

And on Tuesday, Onondaga County Supreme Court Judge Donald Greenwood sided with the parents, telling Michael it was time to move out and find his own place.

Michael, who has a young son, told The Post he wanted three months to move out — or he’d appeal the judge’s ruling.

The Post reported that Greenwood’s order Thursday grants the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Department authority to remove Michael from the Weatheridge Drive premises if he doesn’t comply.

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