30-year-old Michael Rotondo was taken to court by his parents in New York, because he refused to leave their home even after they gave him 5 eviction notices.
The day after his family court battle made headlines, Michael was offered a job by online cam site, CamSoda. CamSoda sent him a letter of employment which TMZ has obtained.
In the letter, the company offered him a paying gig in its “LifeStream” program. According to the letter, the program “allows people to livestream their candid lives 24/7”.
Michael would get $1,000/month for up to 6 months, if he accepts the offer. He is yet to get back to the company as regards their offer.