40-Year-Old Man Sues Parents For Trashing His $35K Porn Collection. Here’s Why His Dad Did It.

A man from Grand Haven, Michigan is suing the pants off his mother and father after they trashed his $29,000 porn collection, which was apparently near and dear to his perverted heart.

In the lawsuit he filed, the man, known as “Charlie,” stated that this wasn’t just any old porn collection, but his parents said they had a good reason for throwing out the smut.

Charlie moved back to his parents’ home in Grand Haven in 2016 after a divorce. His parents didn’t make him pay rent — he did chores to chip in at the household instead.

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Charlie was asked to leave the residence just 10 months later after police visited the house for what Fox News referred to as a “domestic situation.” In 2017, his parents purportedly delivered some of his personal effects to his new residence. According to Charlie, 14 boxes full of pornography and sex toys were absent from his inventory of personal belongings.

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When asked about the boxes, Charlie’s said they’d disposed of the lurid collection. Angered, Charlie phoned the sheriff’s department and said that his parents destroyed the collection worth approximately $29,000. The prosecutor’s office, however, declined to press charges in the matter.

Charlie later wrote an email to his dad saying that if he had a problem with his collection he should’ve told him and he would’ve went elsewhere during that time. He then accused his father of “behaving vindictively.”

Here’s the response Charlie received from his father:

“Believe it or not, one reason for why I destroyed your porn was for your own mental and emotional heath [sic]. I would have done the same if I had found a kilo of crack cocaine.Someday, I hope you will understand. I did you a big favor by getting rid of all this stuff.”

The suit Charlie filed is seeking $87,000 in damages from his parents over the incident.

His father went on to note that Charlie’s porn addiction started when he was younger and resulted in a small porn business during his high school and college days.

This little entrepreneurial endeavor ended up getting Charlie booted from both high school and college for selling porn to other students. The father then warned his son that if he found porn in his house again, he’d toss it out. Seems he kept good on his word.

Pornography is a serious addiction that many men grapple with in this day and age. It causes serious harm to the addict by disrupting work and family life, causing isolation and risky behavior that could result in contracting serious sexually transmitted diseases.

Marriages have been obliterated by a spouse’s addiction to pornography. It’s even been wreaking havoc on the church, so not even Christian men are exempt from the poisonous intoxication of porn.

Let’s hope this guy gets some serious help for his issues before it completely destroys the rest of his life.

Source: TheBlaze

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Michael Stanley is a professional writer with 10 years of experience who has previously written for Young Conservatives, Allen West, and many others.
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