Yale Sued for Allegedly Removing Depressed Student to Avoid Negative Publicity

Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion | 11/18/2018 | Mike LaChance
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A Yale grad is suing the Ivy League institution, alleging that she was involuntarily held for treatment and eventually removed from campus after seeking counseling for depression because administrators wanted to avoid further damaging publicity following two student suicides.

A lawsuit filed in a New Jersey federal court on Nov. 5 details the allegation made by a woman, identified only as Z.P., that the school violated her constitutional rights and unlawfully held her for treatment at Yale-New Haven Hospital before placing her on mandatory medical leave during her senior year, The Yale Daily News reported.

Court - Documents - ZP

According to court documents, Z.P. spoke...
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