Deadbeat son called cops on dad before finally moving out

Deadbeat son called cops on dad before finally moving out

Deadbeat son called cops on dad before finally moving out

The 30-year-old upstate NY man who was evicted from his parents' home says he's OK being the punchline of jokes as he prepares to move by the legal deadline.

According to local media, Rotondo left his parents house in Camillus, New York on Friday, just hours before a court-mandated deadline.

Rotondo's cousin reportedly helped him move out of his parents' NY home Friday morning.

Rotondo told Post-Standard of Syracuse he called the police because he believed his son's Legos were in the basement and his father wouldn't let him look for them.

Rotondo and his cousin packed a pickup truck loaded with bags of clothes, speakers, a lacrosse stick, pictures, books, a pair of loose boots, a shoe rack, work tools, and a sewing machine. A judge ordered him to leave by June 1. The judge called this request "outrageous", at which point Rotondo called the judge "outrageous" right back.

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According to Rotondo, he is now battling for custody of his son, having lost custody and unsupervised visitation rights in 2017. The lego was reportedly found after police arrived.

He also told reporters he had said goodbye to his parents "more or less", and maintained that he would not have a relationship with his parents, before jumping in the Volkswagen and driving off.

Mr Rotondo said he wanted no further contact with his mother and father once he moved out of the property, which is 260 miles (420km) north of New York City. "I don't have to guess what's behind Door No. 1". The hatchback got a little help from some jumper cables, and Rotondo offered the members of the media gathered outside a tasteful honk of the horn before leaving the block.

Rotondo planned to spend the next week at an Airbnb in Syracuse. Asked if that marks a dramatic change in his thinking, given his recent hard-fought court battle, Rotondo answered succinctly.

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