Evicted 30-Year-Old Michael Rotondo Packing Up After Altercation with Dad

Man, 30, ordered evicted from parents’ home by New York judge feels ‘great’ to be leaving

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The 30-year-old man ordered by a judge to move out of his parents' home has finally fled the coop, but not without one last act of aggression against his father - and yet another abuse of law enforcement resources.

Rotondo's cousin reportedly helped him move out of his parents' NY home Friday morning. The Post-Standard of Syracuse reports that Rotondo left 2 ½ hours before the noon deadline set by a judge last week.

Rotondo had avoided TV crews staked out on the upstate NY road earlier Friday morning by leaving from the back, but returned around 9:30 a.m.in the passenger seat of a pickup truck.

Rotondo's father reportedly offered to search for the toys and return any he found, but that wasn't enough, and the man instead got the police involved.

Adding to the confusion is the "other" Rotondo is also looking for a home, though it's in California and he's doing it with the support of his parents.

Officers arrived and the Lego bricks were found in the meantime, the newspaper said.

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Christina and Mark Rotondo of Camillus started the court proceedings this month and filed evidence of five toughly worded notices they served their son, starting in February.

On Friday, Rotondo stood outside the place he once called home but had some trouble before then.

On Thursday, Rotondo told USA Today that he has most of his stuff moved into a storage unit and will sleep at his parents house one more tie Thursday night. Rotondo refused the judge's request to work things out directly with his parents, who sat quietly nearby. Rotondo made national headlines when his parents sued him for living in their house for free.

Michael, who lost custody of his son in September, said the family feud is related to his parents seeking visitation rights to their grandson, which he's fought tooth and nail.

Rotondo had never contributed to any household expenses or assisted in any household chores after moving back in eight years ago, according to papers filed with the NY court. "I don't have to guess what's behind Door No. 1".

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