Published: Sat, June 02, 2018
World Media | By Cesar Oliver

30-year-old evicted by parents finally leaves home

30-year-old evicted by parents finally leaves home

Michael Rotondo, 30, had argued in court that he needed more time to move out of his parents' NY home so he could get settled financially.

Michael Rotondo honked and waved to reporters Friday morning as he pulled out of the driveway of his parents' home in Camillus, New York. Rotondo, whose eviction from his parents' home drew national attention finally left hours before a court-ordered deadline. And this time with the aging auto that had become a focal point of the roughly half-dozen messages his parents wrote him before going to court.

"I gotta get going before that thing blows up", he said. "You're now famous as the guy at 30 being evicted from his parents' house in court".

Other men named "Michael Rotondo" have also had to laugh off the coincidence.

As for his future plans, he says he's looking for "someplace cheap, with internet" to live, and that he won't speak to his parents again.

"You say you're entitled to six months, which really seems to be kind of outrageous", Greenwood said, "that somebody in this day and age could be in somebody else's home with a six-month notice before they have to leave".

"Get one - you have to work!"

CNY Central tracked down a Michael Rotondo from the Albany area who now lives in California, but is the same age as the one in Camillus (who goes by "Mike") and shows up in searches because they're both from Upstate New York. "It has been a insane crazy ride", the other Rotondo told CNYCentral on Thursday. And on Monday he called 911 from a busy street near his parents' house to report a harassing phone call, reports Syracuse.com. The father offered to look for specific items and bring them out if he found them.

"Rotondo said that wasn't good enough and called police". The lego was reportedly found after police arrived.

But that's all in the rear-view mirror.

Rotondo's eviction is due to be completed by midday (Eastern Daily Time) today.

"It's great not to have to be here anymore", he said told Syracuse.com outside his parents' garage Thursday.

Christina and Mark Rotondo sued their son after repeatedly sending formal letters asking him to leave.

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