Strict parenting advocate Amy Chua's revealed she made her adult daughters sign a legal contract before moving into her New York apartment.
The contract sets out the rules her daughters Sophia, 23, and Lulu, 20, must follow. That includes ensuring there's always orange juice in the fridge for their father, never using the phrase "Relax, it's not a big deal", and cleaning the glass table when required.
It also states the conditions must be upheld even if the girls have hangovers or work crises -- if not, their parents will kick them out and change the locks.
Do you think she's onto a good idea, or is this going way too far?