Judge Orders 30-Year-Old Deadbeat Son To Move Out Of Parents’ House
That was a complete fail. Photo: PeopleImages (Getty)
A 30-year-old Weird Al Yankovic lookalike has been told by New York State Supreme Court Judge Donald Greenwood he must obey his parents’ wishes and finally move out of their Camillus home.
According to CNY Central, Michael Rotondo had been given a series of letters from his parents Christina and Mark dating back to February of this year, some of which included offers of $1,100 to assist him in finding a new place to live. But the underlying message in each of them was clear: Get the f–k out.
State Supreme Court Judge Donald Greenwood tells 30 year old Michael Rotundo that he must leave his parents Camillus home. pic.twitter.com/EWmmw2aYGB
— Brandon Roth (@BrandonRothCNY) May 22, 2018
Here’s just a taste of some of the other advice offered free of charge in one of those letters:
1) Organize the things you need for work and to manage an apartment. Note: You will need stuff at [redacted]. You must arrange the date and time through your Father so he can set it up with the tenant.
2) Sell the other things you have that have any significant value, (e.g. stereo, some tools etc.). This is especially true for any weapons you may have. You need the money and will have no place for the stuff.
3) There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you. Get one — you have to work!
4) If you want help finding a place, your Mother has offered to help you.
Of course, any human being with a fully-functioning brain would consider a mother’s help and $1,100 in financial assistance to be a rather sweet deal, especially 12 years after the state of New York officially considers you an adult. I mean, if you don’t want to sell off your weapons.
But that’s not how Michael Rotondo sees it. Forget the three months of letters or the 12 years of living under his parents’ roof as an “adult” free of charge. He feels like he should get another six months of a free ride to get his bearings.
Of course, Rotondo plans to appeal the judge’s decision. No word if he plans on selling off any of those weapons to afford legal counsel, though.