Michigan Man Sues His Parents For Throwing Out His Stuff The man, 40, moved in with his parents after a divorce. When he moved out, his parents shipped his things — but not his pornography collection. The father says he did his son a "favor."
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Michigan Man Sues His Parents For Throwing Out His Stuff

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Michigan Man Sues His Parents For Throwing Out His Stuff

Michigan Man Sues His Parents For Throwing Out His Stuff

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The man, 40, moved in with his parents after a divorce. When he moved out, his parents shipped his things — but not his pornography collection. The father says he did his son a "favor."

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Many people who leave home have this experience - your parents throw out some of the junk you left behind. When it happened to a Michigan man, he sued. He's 40 and moved in with his parents after a divorce. Once he left, they shipped his stuff - but not his pornography collection. When he filed suit, his parents might have defended themselves by pleading ignorance. What porn? But instead, the father says frankly he did his son a favor by throwing the stuff out. It's MORNING EDITION.

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