Rotondo, who represented himself in court, tried to argue that he was entitled to six more months in the home. He was promptly shut down by the judge, who called his request "outrageous" and served him an eviction notice, The Guardian reports. He took the opportunity to tell the judge that the eviction was "outrageous."
The fed-up parents' lawsuit included charming details -- like how their son doesn't contribute to expenses or do chores. His parents first went to the Camillus town court back in April, but were informed that a Supreme Court justice would have to order the removal of a family member. So, on May 7 they filed a petition in state court.
In one of the five letters to Michael (which you can read on Syracuse.com), his parents even offered him $1,100 to get him started elsewhere and offered sage advice: "There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you. Get one -- you have to work!"
Perhaps on the bright side, this definitely refutes the stereotype that millennials are indecisive and won't commit.
h/t Syracuse.com, News 8