I’m not a doctor: I’m a student at an international university
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A student at a prestigious university is suing the university for a $30,000 settlement for alleged mistreatment of her for two years after she was discharged from an institution because she was pregnant.
According to the complaint, which was filed Monday, the university did not treat the woman with respect and dignity, which violates the U.S. Constitution and could result in her losing her federal student loan.
The woman, who is in her mid-20s, says she was initially discharged after being diagnosed with cancer in 2013 and was unable to work because of her condition.
However, she says that she was unable in 2016 to pay off her student loans.
She then received an email from the school telling her that she would be reinstated and that her medical condition would be monitored.
But she says she never received a single letter or email from any institution or the hospital, and was told by a counselor that she “might be in for a rough ride” if she went to an emergency room.
The student claims that she then went back to the school, but she was told that her condition was not serious enough to require hospitalization.
Instead, she was sent home to her parents, who were not aware of her pregnancy.
The university says that it is aware of the lawsuit and is looking into the claims.
A student at a prestigious university is suing the university for a $30,000 settlement for alleged mistreatment of her for…