Millennial evicted by parents calls cops on father over missing Legos

Yet again, I have to cite Steve McCann’s recent article in The American Thinker, The Permanent Adolescence of the American Left.

And yet again, I have to admit that he couldn’t have been more right.

The latest example of retarded maturation comes via Michael Rotondo, the 30-year-old slack-ass who was just evicted from his parents’ basement in upstate New York.

As reported by Fox News, the Camillus, New York, native was on his final day of leeching off his parents, only to see his final fare-thee-well marred by Junior calling the local po-po over some missing Lego pieces;

The millennial told reporters he called police Friday morning because he believed his 8-year-old son’s Legos were in the basement and his father would not let him look for them. Instead, the father offered to look for specific items and, if he found them, bring them out. The Legos were found after police arrived.

Despite a State Supreme Court judge ruling against this breathing tumor, Rodondo claims this family feud isn’t done yet, regardless of his parents “harassing” him. As noted by ABC News;

Rotondo, who plans to appeal the decision, said he stopped speaking to his parents when they “alluded” to wanting him to leave the house in October, just one month after he lost custody and visitation rights of his son.

“I’m not bothering them by living here,” Michael Rotondo said in an interview with ABC News’ “Good Morning America.” “It’s little to no cost to them, and considering how much they’ve harassed me, I think it’s the least that they should be required to do, which is just let me hang here a bit longer and use their hot water and electricity.”

A possible move to Lego Land?

Not done yet slamming Hizzonor, ABC News also referenced;

[Rodondo] said he was shocked by the ruling and that he couldn’t believe the judge would “make it so that these people can just throw me out instead of letting me stay here.”

But wait, there’s more.

Yahoo news has published that Mamma and Poppa Rotondo even tried to help their man-child way before the court order was ever handed down;

Rotondo’s parents gave him $1,100 to find a new home but he said he spent the money on “other things.”

But wait, there’s even more. Believe it of not, due to his newfound notoriety, Rodondo has been offered two new jobs. Due to the nature of one of the two, there’s no reason why he can’t accept both.

First came the offer via Facebook from the Villa Italian Kitchen world-wide chain of pizza joints. Shockingly enough, they even offered a $1,101 signing bonus;

But wait, there’s even EVEN more.

TMZ tells the world that something called CamSoda is offering Rotondo $1,000 per month and a six moth contract simply to stream online his day-to-day activities.

Also cited the gossip-centered website;

Keep in mind, CamSoda made its name as the site where porn stars do online camming — but fear not, Michael’s job would be fully clothed.

Thank You, God.

One thought on “Millennial evicted by parents calls cops on father over missing Legos

  1. He also wants his baby bottles and diapers returned. This guy is an extreme Snowflake !

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