Jobless 30-year-old finally moves out of parents’ home after calling cops on dad

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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.

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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.

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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.

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