A fed-up mum at her wits' end took her two adult sons to court to have them evicted from her home.
The 75-year-old described her two sons, aged 40 and 42, as “parasites”. The mum claims the pair had been living in her home in Pavia, in Northern Italy without helping around the house.
She also claimed they would not financially contribute, despite both being employed. Forcing the mother to spend her pension entirely on food and the costs of running the home.
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The woman, who has not been named, applied for a court order to have them kicked out. Her sons hired a lawyer to fight the eviction notice but lost the ruling. They argued that Italian parents are required by law to take care of their children as long as necessary. The retired woman was separated from her son’s father.
Judge Simona Caterbi agreed “the stay in the property could initially be considered well-founded because the law is based on the maintenance obligation incumbent on the parent.”
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However, according to CNN, they added: “There is no provision in the legislation which attributes to the adult child the unconditional right to remain in the home exclusively owned by the parents, against their will and by virtue of the family bond alone.”
She then ruled that “it no longer appears justifiable considering the two defendants are subjects over 40 and once a certain age has been exceeded, the child can no longer expect the parents to continue the maintenance obligation beyond limits that are no longer reasonable.”
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The judge went on to describe the men as two “bamboccioni,” or big babies. Ruling that they have until December 18 to vacate the premises, according to court documents.
The lawyer told local media that the men have not decided whether to appeal the judge's ruling. According to reports, this is not the first time that a case like this has made headlines.
In 2020, Italy’s Supreme Court ruled against a 35-year-old man who expected financial support from his parents. Arguing that he could not financially support himself on his part-time job salary of £17,460.
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