Rotondo, 31, who made famous by being kicked out of his parents house, has filed petitions to the country's highest court in the past year.
He can't afford to pay child support to his 8-year-old son.
His last petition will be circulated to the country's nine most powerful judges later this month.
And it will undoubtedly be dismissed, like the ones before it.
In fact, of the 10,000 or so petitions each year filed across the country in U.S. Supreme Court, less than 100 actually get heard by the judges.
The lawyer for his son's mother said she hasn't spent any time responding to Rotondo's Supreme Court petitions.