A Yale student who was suspended after he allegedly groped two women is suing the school, claiming he lost an investment banking job as a result
- A male junior at Yale is suing the university after he was suspended for allegations of sexual misconduct.
- The unnamed male student says in his lawsuit that he lost a summer internship at a “highly respected” Wall Street investment bank after Yale suspended him.
- The internship would have been his “second consecutive summer position with this firm, which is a precursor to a full-time position following graduation in May 2019,” the lawsuit said.
A male junior at Yale who was suspended from the university after he allegedly groped two female students is suing the university, according to a complaint filed