Indo-Canadian Woman Sues Boyfriend For Causing Break-Up Stress Which Led To Her Failing Class

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Roopam Plawn is suing her former boyfriend Jasmeet Ahluwalia for causing her to fail a marketing class at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, suggesting the distress from the couple’s breakup led to the failing grade.

KAMLOOPS – A 22-year old Indo-Canadian woman from the BC interior is suing her former boyfriend for causing break-up stress that led to her failing class as well as suing to return $3500 that the “dead-beat” boyfriend borrowed from her when they were together.

Roopam Plawn is suing her former boyfriend Jasmeet Ahluwalia for causing her to fail a marketing class at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, suggesting the distress from the couple’s breakup led to the failing grade.

In her notice of claim, Plawn asks for Ahluwalia to pay $500 for the class, $600 for causing anxiety, depression and insomnia which led to a loss of working time and performance, and $250 for “severe distress”, in addition to also paying any costs stemming from court proceedings.

Plawn adds that she also lent Ahluwalia $3,500 while they were together and she wants the money back, with interest added.

According to Plawn, the on-again, off-again couple met in September 2013, but broke up in early 2014 before getting back together again and ending the relationship for good in May.

None of Plawn’s allegations have yet to be proven in court.

Ahluwalia has 14 days to respond to the notice after he’s been served.