WEB DESK: In a bizarre development, a man who hailed from United Statess Indiana state on Monday registered a case against his parents for deleting his pornographic collection.

According to ‘The Guardian’, a man hailed from USA’s Indiana state and is said to be aged 40 has registered a case against his parents for deleting his pornographic collection.

The 40 years old man who was living with his parents in the past is suing them for allegedly throwing out his collection of pornography worth nearly $29,000 (22,000), according to court documents obtained.

The rift between the family started back in October 2016 when the unnamed man moved back into his parents home in Michigan after a divorce, according to the court’s documents.

The man who was living with his parents in the past is suing them for allegedly throwing out his collection of pornography worth nearly $29,000 (22,000), according to court documents obtained.

The rift between the family started back in October 2016 when the unnamed man moved back into his parents home in Michigan after a divorce, according to the court’s documents.

The man alleged that his porn collection was missing after he moved to Indiana and his parents have dropped off some of his belongings.

He also said that his parents told him that they had destroyed his pornographic movies collection and his sex toys of worth $28,940 (22,088).

The man reportedly called the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office and filed a police report but prosecutors refused to press charges.

He then launched a $86,822 (66,265) lawsuit against his parents over the destruction of his pornographic collection and sex toys.

According to the court’s document he also sent an email to his parents that he believes that his pornographic collection has been destroyed by them.

The unnamed man’s father in his response stated that he has done it for the mental and emotional health of his son.

The father of the said man also alleged that he was kicked out of the high school for selling pornographic content to his fellow students.

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