Michigan Man Sues Parents Over Discarded Porn

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A Michigan man is seeking to squeeze out over $86,000 from his parents in civil court for allegedly throwing out his large pornography collection.

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The rift between the family started back in October 2016 when the man moved back into his parents' Grand Haven, Michigan, home after a divorce. Among his possessions was a smut collection, he said in court documents, is worth $29,000, ABC affiliate ABC13 reported.
Less than a year later, the man moved out to Indiana. When his parents allegedly delivered his property to his new home, the son noticed that his massive collection was missing.

According to the documents, his parents allegedly told him they destroyed his porn.

The man tried to press charges on his parents by calling Ottawa County Sheriff's Office, but the prosecutor's office did not pursue the case, WXMI reported.

According to the lawsuit, the man began emailing his parents.

"If you had a problem with my belongings, you should have stated that at the time and I would have gone elsewhere," the email allegedly read. "Instead, you choose to keep quiet and behave vindictively."

According to the lawsuit his father allegedly responded: "Believe it or not, one reason for why I destroyed your porn was for your own mental and emotional health...I would have done the same if I had found a kilo of crack cocaine," his father wrote. "Someday, I hope you will understand.
Michigan man sues parents for $86,000 for tossing his porn collection

Good grief. Still trying to run this man's sex life at his age?

Your thoughts?
 
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Does he have proof it was worth 29K dollars? Not much sympathy for the man suing his parents but I suppose even the Supreme Court would have a legal opinion though I wouldn't ask them to tell me about it.
 
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Michigan man sues parents for $86,000 for tossing his porn collection

Good grief. Still trying to run this man's sex life at his age?

Your thoughts?
I've got to give you this, Madeline: You find the most INTERESTING 'cases' to discuss! Fascinating from every angle and facet of human nature!

But I didn't clearly see where the man's AGE was stated anywhere in the story. Or by you. Do you KNOW what his age is, or was at the time the parents destroyed his cherished porn collection?
 
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I've got to give you this, Madeline: You find the most INTERESTING 'cases' to discuss! Fascinating from every angle and facet of human nature!

But I didn't clearly see where the man's AGE was stated anywhere in the story. Or by you. Do you KNOW what his age is, or was at the time the parents destroyed his cherished porn collection?
He had been married and divorced, so not a youngster. The impression I got was he moved but was still storing some of his belongings with his parents.

That was his property, and they had no right to dispose of it.

My first thought was how much space could this collection have occupied? 10, 15 boxes?

That's a lot of porn!
 
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He had been married and divorced, so not a youngster. The impression I got was he moved but was still storing some of his belongings with his parents.

That was his property, and they had no right to dispose of it.

My first thought was how much space could this collection have occupied? 10, 15 boxes?

That's a lot of porn!
Variety is the spice of life.
 
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He had been married and divorced, so not a youngster. The impression I got was he moved but was still storing some of his belongings with his parents.

That was his property, and they had no right to dispose of it.

My first thought was how much space could this collection have occupied? 10, 15 boxes?

That's a lot of porn!
I wonder if they could get it back from the charity shop?
 
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