Student sues school after suspension for having threesome

He claims that he had a consensual threesome with a female student and another young man, but that the woman later changed her mind

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A student is suing a New York City drama school in federal court after the college suspended him for having what he claims was an entirely consensual threesome.

According to the New York Post, the lawsuit alleges the American Musical and Dramatic Academy told the plaintiff that he could not return for two semesters after the sexual encounter. The school also suspended a second male participant in the threesome.

The plaintiff, referred to as John Doe in court documents, is suing for damages.

Taking it to court: A student is suing New York City's American Musical and Dramatic Academy after the college suspended him for having a consensual threesome (stock image)

According to court papers, which were filed in federal court in Manhattan, John Doe and a woman referred to as Jane Doe met during their freshman year at the drama school, which is located near Lincoln Center on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

After Jane said she wanted to have a threesome, the duo invited a second young man, referred to as Richard Doe, to join them in bed.

It seems, however, that although Jane may have initiated the ménage a trois, she expressed regret about the decision - and the act - afterward.

In fact, both of the young men have a recording of the woman admitting that she may have bitten off more than she could chew by participating in the experimental sex session.

‘It was just a lot to handle . . . Both of you guys at one time,’ she allegedly said. ‘I mean damn. Maybe another time, but at different times.’

Unfortunately, Jane also decided to complain to the school, which then investigated the incident.

They accused both of the men of violating the school’s sexual misconduct policy, and suspended each of them for two semesters. The men were also ordered to complete ‘sex-violence training’ as well as write an essay.

However, when John appealed the decision, the school changed its mind, finding that he didn’t actually violate its sexual misconduct policy. Instead, though, administrators charged him with violating the school’s ‘basic rules of conduct’.

In his suit, John claims that the college violated Title IX, a federal statute that ‘prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity’, according to the US Department of Justice.

Credit: Daily Mail

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