Parents take son to court to get him to move out

Mark and Christina Rotondo say they have given their son five written notices that he "must leave [their] house immediately."
1:49 | 05/22/18

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We are back, the parents taking their 30-year-old son to court because he won't Poff out of their home. Amy, you got the story. That is right. Court documents the parents say they tried repeatedly to get their son to move out. Nothing worked so now they're hoping a judge will do the job. This morning one couple is taking their 30-year-old son to the New York supreme court in a last-ditch effort to get him out of their home. We are men who still live at home. Not here to apologize about who we are and who we live with. Reporter: Like the movie "Failure to launch". It's going to take a stick of dynamite to get me out of my parents' house. The boy is 35 years old. It's just not fair. 35 years! We were good parents and now we're supposed to be done. Reporter: In court documents obtained by ABC news, mark and Christina Rotondo claim they have given their son Michael five written notices telling him he must leave their house immediately and will not be allowed to return. Even offering him a $1100 so he can find a place to stay along with advice on how to make money, like selling his stereo and tools. P.S., Matthew mcconaughey at least had a job selling boats on the weekend whether he was a successful or not, he had a job. This guy does not. Reporter: But Michael argues his parents' attempts to remove him from his home are retaliatory and that the notices did not provide him reasonable time to vacate. I think the courts are going to side with the parents. And tell Michael to take the pat and turner. Pat the street and turn the corner. Get out. So the rotondos say in court documents not onlies that hair son refused to contribute to household expenses and assist with chores he is, quote, disrespectful. Little kid, little problems. Big kids, big problems. Have to go to court over that. Wow. Okay, Amy, thanks very much.

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