Transcript for Judge rules in favor of couple seeking to have son evicted from house
parents who took their 30-year-old son to court. Their argument -- it's time to move out. Gio Benitez on what the judge said tonight. Reporter: Tonight, a bizarre case of parents versus son. Mark and Christina rontondo telling a judge, through an attorney, that their 30-year-old son must move out of their home. They have no obligation to provide support. He's well over the age of 21. Reporter: In a lawsuit, they say they have sent him five letters in the past two months, like this one. "You must leave this house immediately," telling him, "You have to work." Even giving him more than $1,000 to find a new place. There is no reason for these people to have him in their home. Reporter: Michael says he's planning to leave in a few months. I'm not a burden to them in the home. They don't provide laundry or food. It's really a moot point for them to seek me to be ejected. Reporter: The judge in the end siding with the parents. I'm granting the eviction. I think the notice is sufficient. It sounds like he said you need to vacate today. It sounds like that but that's just so ridiculous. Reporter: And David, tonight, Michael says he has his own web business and plans to appeal, but it did not go unnoticed that when he left the courthouse today, he went right back to his parents' house. David? We'll see how long that lasts. Gio, thank you.
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