Judge Donald Greenwood ordered Michael Rotondo to vacate his childhood bedroom in his central NY parents' home, in a case that has attracted worldwide attention.
Suing their son in state supreme court was a last resort for Christina and Mark Rotondo, who have spent the past few months sending Michael formal letters asking him to leave.
In filings to the Supreme Court of New York State, Rotondo's parents sent him five written notices that date back to February, one of which asks him to remove his broken vehicle from their property. You will not be allowed to return.
Despite getting five written notices from his parents, dating back to February, Rotondo insists he should have been given six months notice to move out.More news: Giuliani Wants Trump To Interview With Mueller: 'It Makes My Client Happy'
He said that his relationship with his parents has grown very strained, with the three of them never speaking or interacting inside the home.
When all was said and done, the judge asked the parents' lawyer to come up with an eviction order that Greenwood would sign.
But the Rotondos didn't stop at sending letters.
Mark and Christina Rotondo brought the court case after several eviction letters offering money and other help were ignored.
State Supreme Court Justice Donald Greenwood rejected that as outrageous, the Post-Standard of Syracuse reported.More news: Kroger shares rose on Ocado deal amid busy week for M&A news
In the 2006 Matthew McConaughey romantic comedy, the grown son's parents hire a woman to try to speed their son's exit.
The smiling judge urged him to speak to his parents, and to voluntarily leave the house, but Mr Rotondo refused.
Despite the outcome, Rotondo said his fight isn't over yet.
When the judge described this demand as "outrageous", young Rotondo called the judge "outrageous" as well. The filings state that the couple has been told they can not evict Michael since he is a family member, and he will have to be removed through an ejectment proceeding.
The fifth and final notice on March 30 presents Michael some options to get his broken down vehicle off their property, and in all the options his parents offer to help pay for the repairs.More news: See 2017 population estimate for your MI city, township or village
Another reporter asked Rotondo if he has a Web business.
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