He doesn't pay rent or do any chores and is reportedly disrespectful to his parents.
Greenwood listened quietly to Michael Rotondo's argument that he was entitled to six months more time.
Despite the outcome, Michael Rotondo said his fight isn't over yet.
"I don't see why the judge wants to throw people on the street", he said.
"They have no obligation to provide support, he's well over the age of 21", a lawyer for Rotondo's parents had argued in court.
The judge credited Rotondo's legal research in finding the prior case, but pointed to an appellate court decision that overrode it.
Michael asked the court to dismiss the request. He said Tuesday that he plans to get some things from home and isn't sure where he will stay.
They turned to the court system after the 30-year-old ignored "five notices and an offer of cash to help find new digs", CNN reports.
It's unclear if Michael has ever lived outside of his home.
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Mark and Christina Rotondo wanted their son Michael out of their home in Camillus. They told the judge they've had enough and have tried about everything, including offer money, to get him out. The notes were included in their court action.
But Mr Rotondo, who legally represented himself, said it was the eviction notice that was outrageous.
"After a discussion with your Mother, we have decided you must leave this house immediately".
"I want you out of that household", Greenwood told him, according to ABC News.
When he had not moved out two weeks later, his parents followed up with another letter, telling him he had been "evicted". "You have heretofore been our guest and there is no lease or agreement that gives you any right to stay here without our consent".
When that failed, they were left with no other option but to sue their son and take him to court.
"There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you", the letter reads.
"They said, 'you need to get a job, you need to get health insurance, '" he said. "We will take whatever actions are necessary to enforce this decision".
I can't be the only one who's anxious about his "weapon" collection, can I?