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The Sex-crazed Roommate Saga

Lindsay Blankmeyer’s roommate’s sexual activities with her boyfriend has finally led to a lawsuit against the Stonehill College.

Now, when I first heard this news I was like, ‘can this be real’. I felt like laughing but then it felt somehow strange to laugh about it. What I’m I talking about? I’m talking about an incident which happened in a Roman Catholic college in Massachusetts, United States. Lindsay Blankmeyer who graduated from the Stonehill College last year is today suing her college over her sex-crazed roommate’s sexual activities. According to Blankmeyer, the school authorities did not do anything to help her when she complained to them about her roommate’s sex-crazed life. According to Blankmeyer, her roommate always had sex with her boyfriend while she tried to sleep just feet away from them. And this caused her discomfort and eventually led to serious depression. Blankmeyer also said that her roommate participated in sexually inappropriate video chatting while Blankmeyer was still in the room. Blankmeyer says she complained on several occasions to the school officials but they did nothing to help her get another decent dorm room so she could get away from her sex-crazed roommate. Blankmeyer said that things became so difficult for her she was driven into a suicidal depression. Therefore, Blankmeyer is suing the school for not doing enough to rescue her from the situation. Interestingly, the Stonehill College spokeswoman Kristen Magda had something different to say. According to Magda, when Blankmeyer brought forward the complaints, the college responded to the situation in a swift and very professional manner. The spokeswoman said that the school’s authorities first tried to resolve the dispute between the two students through mediation and when that was not working they gave Blankmeyer multiple options for campus housing. Magda even said that Blankmeyer was offered a private room. The lawsuit was filed in the United States District court in Boston.

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