The day after his family court battle made headlines ... Rotondo, the so-called "layabout millennial," got a letter from online cam site, CamSoda. In the letter, reported by TMZ, the company first offered Michael condolences on losing the eviction case -- then offered him a paying gig in its "LifeStream" program.
Keep in mind, CamSoda made its name as the site where porn stars do online camming -- but fear not, Michael's job would be fully clothed. According to the letter, the program "allows people to livestream their candid lives 24/7."
Michael would get $1,000/month for up to 6 months, if he accepts.
The company suggests he use the dough to pay rent on a place of his own, and to show his parents he's not a deadbeat.