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Parents Had To Bring Their 30-Year-Old Son To Court To Evict Him For Not Paying Rent Or Doing Chores

By Shannon Walsh

The New York court system had an interesting case land on their desk this week. Two New York parents are suing their 30-year-old son, who refuses to move out of their home. According to BBC, the son, Michael Rotondo, does not pay rent or help with chores. He also reportedly ignored his parents' offer of $1,100 to help him move out. 

In court, Michael is arguing that his parents did not give him "enough notice to leave". Why go so far as suing him? According to their lawyer, Anthony Adorante, the couple did not know what else to do. When they visited their local town court to ask is Michael could legally be evicted, they were told a Supreme Court justice would have to make the official order that Michael leave. 

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