Before moving out of parents' home, Michael Rotondo reportedly calls police over Legos

Michael Rotondo, 30, was among the most widely covered individuals in the news last week. His story drew worldwide attention after his parents went to court to have him vacate their home.

Rotondo continues to make headlines as Fox News reports that while moving out, “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 toys were said to be located after the cops arrived. According to, “Rotondo lost custody and unsupervised visitation with his 8-year-old son in 2017.”

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His parents say they took the legal route for getting him out of their residence “after several eviction letters offering money and other help were ignored,” notes WNBC.

At the court hearing, Rotondo asked for six months of additional time, but New York State Supreme Court Judge Donald Greenwood denied his request and stated, “I want you out of that household.”

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