This story just keeps getting better and better.
You might have recently read about the 30-year-old man, Michael Rotondo, who just wouldn’t move out of his parents’ house. Despite running his own internet company, Rotondo not only refused to leave, but also refused to pay rent or help out around the house. Unsurprisingly, his parents had had enough. After five official written requests (and countless verbal ones) to have their son vacate the property, Mark and Christina Rotondo took Michael to court. It took suing him (and having the judge order in their favor) for Rotondo to finally pack up his possessions.
This week, the man finally complied with the court ruling and moved out of his parents’ home, but not without a little drama before leaving.
He drove away in a Volkswagen Passat that required a jump start from a pick-up truck, the Post-Standard reported.
Michael Rotondo, evicted New York son, moves out after Lego row – BBC News https://t.co/GevC4pepIa
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According to TheWest.com, Rotondo was able to move out thanks to financial help from right-wing radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
But that’s not all. Apparently, Rotondo lost custody and his unsupervised visitation rights with his 8-year-old son in 2017. While moving from his parents’ house, Rotondo “called the police because he believed the boy’s Lego was in the basement and his father wouldn’t let him look for them.”
Rotondo’s father said he would look for any missing items and bring them to Michael if found. The Lego in question was apparently located after the police arrived.