Federal Judge Rules Michigan Parents Must Pay $30,441 In Damages For Tossing Son’s Prized Porn Collection
Michigan parents better think before they toss their kids’ possessions. A federal judge has ordered a western Michigan couple to pay $30,441 to their son for getting rid of his pornography collection.
U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney’s decision this week came eight months after David Werking, 43, won a lawsuit against his parents.
Maloney also said the parents had no right to throw out their son’s collection of films, magazines and other items.
Michigan Parents Let Their Son Move In But Destoyed His Porn Stash When He Moved Out
The man reportedly moved into his parents’ Grand Haven, Michigan home in October 2016. At the time, the unnamed man was going through a divorce. He brought with him a porn collection worth an estimated $29,000. The porn collector moved to Indiana within a year. As a result, he requested his parents deliver his belongings to him. They obliged minus the man’s porn stash.
The man fired off an email to his parents demanding that he be reunited with porn stash.
As a result, his father allegedly wrote back admitting he that destroyed the son’s porn collection. The father also stated it was for his son’s own good. He expressed that it was his hope that his son, whose age wasn’t included in the report, would grow to one day appreciate what he did.
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 son also fired back blaming them of behaving vindictively rather than trying to address the issue with him: