Millennial Evicted From His Parents Home Has Now Moved Out
The 30-year-old American man who was evicted from his parents' home by a court order has finally started to move out.
Michael Rotondo was ordered to move out of his parents' home last week and says he will move his possessions into a self-storage unit, and then start looking for a place to live.
Rotondo was paid $3,000 or an hour-long interview with Info Wars' Alex Jones which has helped fund his move.
Rotondo told DailyMail.com that he has been unable to see his son, claiming he was misdiagnosed with schizophrenia and that he can't see his eight-year-old as no one is willing to supervise his visits.
The boy's mother said she feared the decision to kick Rotondo out of his parents' home would send him off the rails.
She's worried his mental condition may deteriorate if he has to fend for himself - but Rotondo claims while he does have a history of mental health issues, he was misdiagnosed with schizophrenia.
'I blame that doctor that diagnosed me with just trying to make a steady source of work for himself,'
'So I'm denying that I was not now nor have I ever been a paranoid schizophrenic.'
Rotondo's case has gained worldwide attention after his parents Mark and Christina Rotondo took him to court to have him evicted from their home in Camillus, New York.
His parents succeeded in getting Judge Donald Greenwood to allow them to evict him, saying he needed to get out and find work.