Posted by | February 17, 2012 18:20 | Filed under: Top Stories

Peter Kantorowski wants his mom, Mary, in a nursing home or to live with him. She wants to stay in the house she’s lived in for 60 years. So, he served her with an eviction notice.

Peter Kantorowski, 71, became the owner of the Fairfield home several years ago when his mother transferred ownership to him but retained the right to live there, in what’s known as a quit claim, Mary Kantorowski’s attorney said.

The retired taxidermist said he’s concerned about her well-being, that she’s seemed disoriented and has been living in poor condition.

“I’m not throwing her on the street,” he told WTNH-TV in New Haven. “At her age, at 98, I’m sure that she should be with people of her peers. She should have her meals on time.”

Peter Kantorowski and his attorney didn’t return telephone messages left by The Associated Press on Friday.

Mary Kantorowski’s attorney, Richard Bortolot Jr., said she can take of herself, still does some of her own cooking and is seen regularly in her home by doctors and nurses.

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