They say love is a battlefield, but could it also be a court battle?
Roopam Plawn, a 22-year-old college student in Kamloops, British Columbia is suing Jasmeet Ahluwalia, her on-again, off-again boyfriend of less than a year, claiming their flailing relationship led her to fail one of her courses.
Not only is Plawn suing for the $500 class fee, but also additional punitive damages for “anxiety, depression, insomnia and loss of working time and performance.”
Ahluwalia would also have to pay court costs, and allegedly owes Plawn $3,500 that she lent him, which she is now demanding recovery of, with interest.
Love hurts, but does lost love pay? No substantial evidence has yet been provided to say yes in this case of failed love and a failed course.