Michael Rotondo, the 30-year-old NY man who famously was ordered by a judge to move out of his parents' house, is apparently complying with the court's ruling, but apparently it's not going well.
A judge ordered him out by midday of June 1, and according to local media, he left the house around two hours before that time, but not before calling the police on his parents, saying his dad was refusing to let him back into the house to collect some Lego.
Michael Rotondo waved to journalists as he drove away from the house in Camillus, New York state. The father offered to look for specific items and bring them out if he found them.
During his May 22 court date, Rotondo asked the judge to grant him another six months with his parents.
But in the weeks since the story made the rounds on CNN, TMZ, Fox News, "Jimmy Kimmel Live", and other TV shows and publications around the world, other people also named Michael Rotondo started getting mistaken for the evicted son. "While the police were there, the Legos were located and there was no further incident".
In the end, Rotondo was allowed to take the toys and leave home.
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The Rotondos' house in Camillus, N.Y., where Michael Rotondo, 30, was evicted at the request of his parents. "I don't have to guess what's behind Door No. 1". Rotondo wanted to get into the home in because he said Lego belonging to his son - who he lost custody of and unsupervised visitation in 2017 - was in the basement.
He told USA Today he's "glad to be out of this place" and said he would never talk to his parents again.
Rotondo will apparently spend the next week living in an Airbnb in Syracuse, New York, before moving in with a distant cousin.
Rotondo complied with the court order and moved out of the home Friday morning.
Christina and Mark Rotondo sued their son after repeatedly sending formal letters asking him to leave.