Parents take their 30-year-old son to court because he refuses move out of their house

Parents take their 30-year-old son to court because he refuses move out of their house

You know parents are fed up with their slacker child when they turn to the law for help.

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A couple from Syracuse, in the United States, have sued their 30-year-old son because he refuses to move out of their family home.

Michael Rotondo has been staying with his parents for his entire life, despite being an adult- and now, they are just fed up.

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So, Mark and Christina Rotondo took matters into their own hands and decided to sue their adult son since nothing else was working.

According to Michael’s parents, they began giving him notice three months ago and they even offered to give him over R14 000 to help him find his own place- but he just would not budge.

And, despite being a 30-year-old man living with his parents, Michael’s folks claim he does not contribute to the household in any matter- not financially nor does he help with chores around the house. learned the couple met with the Camillus town court to try to evict their son, but they had to get help from a Supreme Court, which only place they can evict a family member.

However, their son argued they did not give him enough time to move out- a claim the Supreme court denied on Tuesday.

Michael said he would challenge the verdict.

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