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The jobless 30-year-old American man who was sued by his parents for refusing to move out, having crashed in their home rent-free for many years, finally left for good on Friday. But not before calling police on his dad.
Syracuse.com reported that Michael Rotondo moved out of his parents’ house in Camillus around 9:30 a.m. on Friday.
Michael Rotondo, 30, unpacks his belongings at the Life Storage self-storage facility in Camillus.Mike Roy.
That timing was two and half hours ahead of his court-ordered eviction deadline of noon.
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However, before leaving for food, Rotondo went down with a final clash with his dad. He was said to have called 911 to report his dad Mark for allegedly not letting him search the basement for his 8-year-old son’s Legos.
Parents had given him at least five quit notices but he ignored them. Fed up, they approached the court and a judge sided with them and gave Rotondo till noon June 1, 2018, to move out or be evicted. He left hours before he was forcefully removed.