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Re: parents forced to evict their son

Sometimes there are issues with mental illness and/or addiction. Not saying this is the case here. But these situations can be more involved and have more causes than poor parenting. 

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Re: parents forced to evict their son

From what I have read there is definitely something very wrong with this entire story ..... the parents have to be afraid for their lives as the son desperately needs help..... I would sell the house & move far away!!! .... this is a scary situation 😥

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Re: parents forced to evict their son

I don't believe that this is an isolated case or even as unusual as one may think.  My new neighbors-to-be bought a home in foreclosure that is two doors down from me.  The home has been vacant, or so we thought, for over a year.  When they first tried to get into the home, a young man was living there, even though none of the neighbors have seen him.  He is still there, even though these people first offered to pay him to leave.  Finally, all heat, electric, and water have been cut off.  He apparently is still there because it takes so long for the eviction process.

 

As my next-door neighbor said to me, why is a 30-something young man living in such conditions, especially when the sheriff will come and escort him out during the day in front of everyone who is home.

 

I feel bad for the new people because they thought that they were getting a bargain and would only have to put about $50K into the home.  My next-door neighbor, who does construction, told them at first to expect $80K, but now thinks it will be well over that because of unknown damage.

 

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Re: parents forced to evict their son

Quite a charmer, isn't he... 


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Re: parents forced to evict their son

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"insists he is too busy to get a job"

 

 

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"Michael refused, saying that his job at the moment was getting his son back."

 

"Michael says he lost custody of his son, whose age he wouldn't disclose, back in September. The boy now lives with his mother full time, who Michael says he was never married to, or in a relationship with."

A-Booty call? 

B-One night stand? 

C-Immaculate Conception?

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Re: parents forced to evict their son

He's apparently suffering from a rare case of "entitle-itis."  It's a good thing he didn't study law, even though he seems to try to use it to his advantage and keeps failing.

 

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Re: parents forced to evict their son

Am I the only one who smells a reality show in the future??

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Re: parents forced to evict their son


@RoughDraft wrote:

He's apparently suffering from a rare case of "entitle-itis."  It's a good thing he didn't study law, even though he seems to try to use it to his advantage and keeps failing.

 

An entirely useless piece of protoplasm flopping around the planet.


I am so going to appropriate that sentence.

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Re: parents forced to evict their son

I also think they're afraid of him.

Probably have reason to be.

 

Wonder how he's paying his legal fees?

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Re: parents forced to evict their son

Reap what you sow.