30-year-old leaves parents' home with help from Alex Jones

30-year-old leaves parents' home with help from Alex Jones

30-year-old leaves parents' home with help from Alex Jones

A 30-year-old man who was ordered by the New York Supreme Court to move out of his parents home has been spotted packing up his belongings ahead of the deadline of his eviction later today.

A judge ordered him out by midday of June 1, and according to local media, he left the house around two hours before that time, but not before calling the police on his parents, saying his dad was refusing to let him back into the house to collect some Lego.

Michael Rotondo honked and waved to reporters Friday morning as he pulled out of the driveway of his parents' home in Camillus (kuh-MIHL'-us), New York. Rotondo moved out a couple hours before the court-set deadline.

Rotondo had avoided TV crews staked out on the upstate NY road earlier Friday morning by leaving from the back, but returned around 9:30 a.m.in the passenger seat of a pickup truck.


In other notes, they offered $1,100 to help their son find a new place to live and said they'd help fix his broken-down vehicle, which was parked on their property.

The story gained worldwide attention after Rotondo's parents took him to court.

Mark and Christina Rotondo brought the court case against their son after several eviction letters offering money and other help were ignored. After officers arrived to the home outside Syracuse, the Lego toys were found in the basement. Rotondo made national headlines when his parents sued him for living in their house for free. He said he didn't understand why his parents were forcing him out, because he wasn't getting in their way and he paid for his own food and did his own laundry. "I don't have to guess what's behind Door No. 1". Rotondo has lamented that he recently lost custody of his son, and that his parents were weren't sympathetic to the situation, which "devastated" him. For now, Rotondo says he's "off to an Airbnb".

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