Parents Take 30-Year-Old Freeloading Son To Court To Get Him To Move Out

That's one way to do it.


23 May 2018

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A US judge has ordered a freeloading son to move out of his parent’s home.

Mark and Christina Rotondo took their 30-year-old son Michael to court after he refused to move out their New York home.

Michael, the owner of an internet sales company, moved back in with his parents following the failure of his business.

But unwilling to chip in with the chores or pay rent, Michael's parents were fed up with him living them, offering him $1100 USD to move out and find a place of his own in February.

Despite taking the money, Michael refused to find a place, arguing that the money wasn't enough to find a suitable apartment.

Of course, Michael's parents then took him to court, with the judge siding with them and ordering Michael to ship off.He reportedly intends to return to the property to collect his belongings, but has no idea where he is going to stay and is planning to appeal the court's decision.

Only in America, right?

 

 

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