Judge orders 30-year-old son to vacate mom's home

Glen Norman
May 26, 2018

A 30-year-old man has been ordered by a judge to leave his parents' home in Camillus, New York.

During the proceeding, the judge applauded Michael Rotondo's legal research, but presented him with a similar case which proves he's not eligible for a required six-month notice to leave. They advised him to fix his broken vehicle and offered life advice in other letters. "I mean, it seems to me like I should be provided with like 30 days or so, because generally you get 30 days.to vacate the premises", Rotondo said. You will not be allowed to return. These are the people now suing Rotondo, his very own parents, trying to evict him from their home.

As early as February 2, 2018, Michael was given five notices from his parents to leave the home. He called the ruling "outrageous" and indicated he would appeal the decision. "Michael Joseph Rotondo, You are hereby evicted from 408 Weatheridge Drive, Camillus, New York effective immediately", she wrote.

Reached by phone Tuesday, Michael confirmed he's still bumming it at home, and would not elaborate on the nature of his business.


"There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you", the letter said.

"I would say that I'm really not a member of that demographic that they're speaking to", Rotondo said about millennials.

If you've ever tried renting somewhere, it takes a lot longer than 24 hours to find a place, do an inspection, speak to the letting agent, get approved, sign some documents, get enough money for a deposit, blah blah blah.

Of note the son's birth came during a brief interlude when Rotondo actually did live outside the family home, while telling never having been married to or been in a relationship with the child's mother. But whenever he does move out, he made it clear he does not want to make up with his parents anytime soon.


The judge also asked for adult protective services because he is concerned about the strained relationship, according to WSTM.

"I don't presently expect to be there three months from now", he told the judge. In that case, Rotondo claims he was unfairly fired when he said he couldn't work Saturdays since that is when he had visitation with his child.

Another reporter asked Rotondo if he has a Web business.

"I went for engineering and then when I couldn't do the math, I switched to business", he said.


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