According to Syracuse.com, whose reporters were there with cameras rolling, Rotondo left his parents’ house at 9:30 a.m. He left more than two hours earlier than his court-ordered eviction time.
One of Rotondo’s distant cousins, Anthony Mastropool, was there to assist him pace. He reportedly decided to assist after he heard approximately his cousin’s drama on Alex Jones’ Infowars.
Rotondo is reportedly using the $3,000 Jones offered him for moving costs to stay in an Airbnb for a week. Afterward, Mastropool has apparently offered for his cousin to stay with him.
In a CNN appearance with host Brooke Baldwin final week, Rotondo insisted that he should contain the right to stay.
“I would consider much of what they were doing to try to net me out as attacks, and what I was just, you know, trying to preserve — well, trying to conclude what’s best for me, which is trying to be a minute more impartial. I’ll leave — I don’t like living here, but I need impartial time,” he said live on air.
Rotondo told a Syracuse.com reporter on scene he was glad to be getting absent from domestic, in a change of heart from his earlier refusals to leave.
“I gotta net going before that thing blows up,” he said approximately his car.
According to Syracuse.com, Rotondo’s car had to be started with a jump from his cousin’s pickup truck, and he had to jet quickly because the car wasn’t circulating any coolant.
Rotondo told reporters his parents had said goodbye to him, “more or less.”