The 30-year-old Michael Rotondo was evicted by his parents from their home.
His parents won the eviction ruling last week after their son ignored repeated requests to get a job and go.
Michael told the journalists that he had called law enforcement because his father would not let him get his eight-year-old son’s Lego from the basement.
His father Mark Rotando didn’t allow him to enter the house to search for the toy bricks, as he thought his son will fetch some items.
Later, Officers arrived and the Lego bricks were found in the meantime, the newspaper said.
Michael said: ”That’s it. That’s the end of my relationship with them other than court proceedings. There’s nothing more to say.”
”I thought I would have packed up everything by now but it’s daunting, it’s difficult. I have more than I thought.”
”My son’s toys all need to be boxed up. There’s more of them that’s accumulated than I thought.”
In a court filing last week, Christina and Mark Rotondo had described issuing several orders for their son to move out, starting in February this year.
“There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you,” they wrote in one note, dated 18 February. “Get one – you have to work!”
Michael has spotted packing boxes at his parents’ home in Camillus, New York on Thursday after a judge ordered him to move out by Friday. His cousin came to help him to pack his belongings.
Michael’s father was also seen moving between the house and his own car but they both didn’t even look at each other nor exchanged words.