A former Michigan man who moved in with his parents in Grand Haven Michigan and then approximately a year later moved to Indiana is suing his parents because they destroyed his “valuable” porn collection.

The 40 year old man moved into his parents’ house after a divorce and expected his parents to deliver the rest of his stuff that he did not take with him when he originally moved out. When his parents delivered the rest of his property to his new home in Indiana, he alleges his massive porn collection was missing.

If your porn collection was that valuable why did you not take it when you moved out?  Also why would you leave that much porn for your parents to take care of, have some respect dude and hide it from them?

The man states that his porn collection, 2 boxes of pornographic films and magazines, was worth $29,000 dollars.  He has now filed a lawsuit in federal court in asking for approximately $87,000, triple the collection’s estimated worth.

According to the lawsuit the man emailed his parents and said:

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

His father 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. Someday, I hope you will understand.

The man originally attempted to file charges with the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office, but according to Fox17onlinenews the prosecutor's office did not pursue the case.

According to a NBC news article:

The father had warned the plaintiff he would destroy any porn he found in his son’s possession after the plaintiff was kicked out of high school and college for selling adult content, court documents show.

It really comes down to this, if your porn is that important to you do not leave it at Mom and Dad’s house.  Also if the rules of you leaving in the home rent free was to not keep any porn in Mom and Dad's home you broke the rules and must pay the consequences.

We will see what happens with the lawsuit.

By the way those parents might have made some trash collectors day.

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