In the wake of a senior year packed with off-the-wall sexual activity, a former student of Massachusetts' Stonehill College is suing the school for $150,000 in damages—even though she wasn't the one having sex.
Poor Lindsay Blankmeyer (second image) claims that her roommate Laura Sidla's (third image) sex life ruined her own lack thereof. The escapades allegedly included "sexually inappropriate video chatting" (read: Skype sex) and the real thing, all of which occurred in close range of Blankmeyer.
To hear Blankmeyer tell it, the situation exacerbated her depression, leading to thoughts of suicide. Because nobody needs that drama during their senior year, Blankmeyer decided to sue the school directly. Naturally, Stonehill clapped back:
"The issues between the student and her roommate were first attempted to be resolved through mediation with a residence director. The student was then presented with multiple options for housing on campus, including a private room. The College also made special arrangements for the student to complete her degree while living at home. At no time did the student notify College staff that her concerns involved sexual activity by her roommate."
The girl had outs, clearly. And you know what? Not having sex would exacerbate depression.