A Georgetown University undergraduate, whose father pleaded guilty for his role in the national college admissions scandal, is suing the university for allegedly depriving him of his due process rights, and to stop any potential discipline.

Adam Semprevivo, who recently finished his junior year at Georgetown, filed the lawsuit Wednesday in Washington federal court, claiming the university has subjected him to an “arbitrary” and “capricious” disciplinary process as it weighs possible punishment for him. The suit seeks damages in addition to injunctive relief.

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