Are you tired of your parents asking you to find a job? Probably. But how about them asking you to move out? Most likely is no. Because most Filipino parents would never want their beloved children to ever move out. At all.
But in the land of United States, most parents expect their children to move out after college. But 30-year-old Michael Rotondo is a little bit past the due date. He is also unemployed, and not even once offered to help around the house. Because of this, his parents were forced to take legal action to evict him from their home. Yup, you read it right. They sued him.
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After his parents sent him five letters starting in February, the unemployed Michael Rotondo chose to ignore all eviction notices. In their first letter, the couple gave Michael a 14 day ultimatum to leave the house. In their second letter issued 11 days after the first, he was given thirty days to vacate. And in the last three letters, they were kind enough to offer him their help to find a new place, a job, and 1,100 dollars. But to say the least, Michael Rotondo
He said he was “never been expected to contribute to household expenses, or assisted with chores and the maintenance of the premises, and claims that this is simply a component of his living agreement”. Phew.
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Because he chose to ignore his parents’ eviction notices, the couple took the case to court. There, the judge obviously favored the married couple. Enraged, Michael who represented himself, said he needs more time before moving out. If only he was given months to prepare… Oh wait, he was. But the judge’s verdict was clear.
I can just imagine the awkwardness in their house after the trial. Do they hug goodbye or nah?
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Watch what happened in the courtroom below!