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NYC College Says Consensual Threesome Violates Its Basic Rules of Conduct

NYC College Says Consensual Threesome Violates Its Basic Rules of Conduct: © Martin Meyer/Corbis

© Martin Meyer/Corbis

An acting student in New York City is suing his college, claiming he was wrongfully suspended for taking part in a consensual threesome. The lawsuit claims the school violated Title IX by not allowing him due process.

According to the New York Post, the student, who is referred to in court papers as John Doe, had the three-way with a female student referred to as Jane Doe and another male student called Richard Doe. Given the circumstances, they really should have given everyone different last names.

After the group sex, Jane Doe complained to administrators at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, and both John and Richared Doe were expelled for violating the school’s sexual-misconduct policy. However, John Doe appealed the ruling claiming Jane Doe was the one who initiated the sex. He also produced audio of her talking about the encounter that seemed to suggest it was consensual.

“It was just a lot to handle,” Jane Doe said on the recording. “Both of you guys at one time. I mean damn. Maybe another time, but at different times.’

And I think to myself, what a wonderful world.

After hearing the audio, administrators decided the men had not violated the sexual-misconduct policy. However, the school still claims John Doe was in violation of the school’s ”basic rules of conduct,“ although it’s not clear as to what rules were violated.

(Source: The NY Post, H/T: BroBible)

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