According to the archives of website Gothamist.com, threesomes never go well—inevitably, someone dies, loses their boat, or finds themselves in a sext conversation with Anthony Weiner. And based on this latest threesome cautionary tale, you could also get suspended from school.

The NY Post has the (scant) details on the lawsuit, which involves three people referred to as John, Jane, and Richard Doe. According to the suit, John Doe met Jane Doe during their freshman year of college at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy on the Upper West Side: "Jane Doe told Plaintiff she...wanted to have a 'three-some,'" misspelling and all. Sometime after that, they apparently they did have that 'three-some' with a third person, Richard Doe.

Jane Doe complained to the college, according to the suit, though the details of her complaint are not listed and are unclear. Either way, the school ultimately found both men "had violated the school's sexual-misconduct policy. They were kicked out of the school for two semesters and must complete sex-violence training and write an essay."

The Post reports that both John and Richard were in possession of a recording exonerating them, in which the woman allegedly was talking to both men after having sex, and said: "It was just a lot to handle...Both of you guys at one time. I mean damn. Maybe another time, but at different times."

John appealed the initial verdict and won, with the school ruling that he didn't violate its misconduct policy; the school still found him in violation of the college's "basic rules of conduct." You can download and read those rules of conduct here, but there is nothing specifically about threesomes or orgies, so it is unclear what rule he was in violation of.

John is now suing the school claiming that they violated Title IX because he wasn't provided due process initially. We've contacted the American Musical and Dramatic Academy for comment.