CAMILLUS, N.Y. -The 30-year-old man whose eviction from his parents' suburban home drew national attention finally left Friday, hours before a court-ordered deadline, with financial help from right-wing radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
He reportedly waved to reporters and honked his horn as he pulled out of the driveway eight years after moving back in, rent-free.
The 30-year-old NY man who was evicted from his parents' home by a judge after they took him to court has moved out two and a half hours before his court-ordered deadline.
Michael - who hauled dozens of boxes of his junk into a storage facility Wednesday and Thursday - now plans to crash at an Airbnb he booked for about week until he can find something more permanent.
And on Monday he called 911 from a busy street near his parents' house to report a harassing phone call, reports Syracuse.com.
Mr Rotondo said he wanted no further contact with his mother and father once he moved out of the property, which is 260 miles (420km) north of New York City.
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After that, he tells us he's going to stay with a distant cousin. he just needs to iron out the details. And sadly, other Michael Rotondos got caught in the crossfire - including one who also happens to hail from central NY, in Albany. He's said that the eviction from his parents' house is connected with his battle to get time with is son back. Instead, the father offered to look for items and, if he found them, bring them out. Rotondo called police following the call. "I don't have to guess what's behind door number one".
Calls made to Mark and Christina Rotondo's home Friday were not answered.
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.
Officers arrived and the Lego bricks were found in the meantime, the newspaper said.