Michael Rotondo, the 30-year-old United States man who made global news when he refused to leave his parents' house, has finally been evicted, bringing to an end weeks of speculation about why the hell a grown-ass 30-year-old man was fighting so hard to stay living with his folks in the first place.
Michael Rotondo left the four-bedroom home in Camillus, New York, two-and-a-half hours before the midday deadline, syracuse.com said.
Michael Rotondo, 30, prepares to leave his parents' house in Camillus, N.Y., Friday, June 1, 2018. But before he left, he called 911 to report that his father had refused to let him search the basement for his son's Lego toys, Syracuse.com reports. Instead of letting him in, his father offered to look for specific items and bring them out if he found them. Michael has been living with them for eight years since losing a job, and they had made several efforts to get him out before taking the case to a judge - including offering him over $1,000 to offset moving costs.
"I'm glad to be out of this place", Rotondo said Thursday.
He had until noon Friday to vacate the premises, where Mark and Christina Rotondo claimed their son paid no rent and did nothing to help with household chores. The lego was reportedly found after police arrived.
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Rotondo honked and waved to reporters as he pulled out of the driveway of his parents' home.
During his vehicle trouble, he told reporters he said goodbye "more or less" to his parents before jumping into his rumbling station wagon.
In a odd twist, Rotondo argued he was too busy dealing with a custody battle over his own son.
Rotondo had never contributed to any household expenses or assisted in any household chores after moving back in eight years ago, according to papers filed with the NY court.
"This isn't a game show", Rotondo said, explaining to the newspaper why he called police.