A 25-year-old man on Reddit says he plans to move out because his mom wants to charge him rent to live at home.

The man used to pay his mom $60 per week in "rent," but after taking a break, she has asked him to start paying again and has increased the price to $600 per month.

"I recently started a new temp job that pays pretty decent, and they decided to keep me with the company last week. This morning my mom texted me to say, 'Rent starts up again, $150 a week,'" the frustrated son began his post.

"I just told her I will move out. I already pay for my own meals, I only have my small bedroom to call my own in their house. I can rent a studio apartment three or four times the size of my room for a few hundred more, or could rent a room with friends for less than my mom is trying to charge me," he continued.

"It would be one thing if they cooked and cleaned for me every day and I was raking up their bills but I do my own thing, pay my own bills, I never really even cross paths with my parents besides when I am getting off work," he explained.

"I'm also upset the person who birthed me is trying to get me to pay what I would pay a landlord for rent just to sleep in her house. Even $100 a week I would have been more inclined to be okay with, but $600 a month just to be able to sleep at my parents house seems a little high," he shared.

"If I am paying $600 a month I think I would deserve my own spaces around the house also as I would with a landlord. It seems having a landlord would be a better deal for me in this case," he concluded.

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Reddit users weighed in on the situation in the comments section.

"Y'know, parents have bills and utilities to pay, also. You're only entitled to free room and board until you're a legal adult," one user wrote.

"You mom has no right to be mad at you for moving out," another commented.

"She can charge you rent. You can either accept it or move out. There's really nothing nefarious going on," someone else wrote.

"You have the right to decide if you want to live in that space with your parents, pay more to live on your own, or pay less to live with potentially more than two friends. You can absolutely choose to move out," another weighed in.

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