"If you don't clean your room, I'm backing a dumpster up to your window and throwing your stuff away!" - Dave (Timmy's Grandfather to Timmy's dad & uncles).

Parents have done threats like that in the past, some (including my grandfather) actually made good turning the threat into a promise. But most of us are smart enough to not sue the loved ones who brought you into this world! But then again, most of the time, a porn collection isn't involved either.

A 40-year-old  Michigan man who is only identified as "Charlie", has filed a lawsuit against his parents to the tune of $87,000 for destroying his porn collection (3 times more than the estimated worth). Carlie moved back into his parents house in 2016 after a divorce. Lived there rent free (besides doing house work, which most reasonable people would offer to do anyway because it's mom & dad) for 10 months before he was asked to move out following a domestic dispute in which the police were called.

In November of 2017, Charlie's parents visited him in his new home and dropped off his possessions that were left behind. Something was missing though, his porn collection which he claims is worth around $29,000. His parents admitted that they had destroyed it. How will he re-watch Frisky Business or Big Bad Grannys? Charlie called the police after finding out about the destruction of "12 moving boxes full of pornography plus two boxes of 'sex toys."

An email excerpt from Charlie's parents obtained by ABC 13 News reads, "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."

Did the parents do the right thing? Did the porn addiction add to his domestic problems & divorce? I'm thinking yes on both.