Saifullah Khan, who has been banned from Yale University on two occasions, including on an allegation of rape, has sued the institution for $110 million.

In the midst of the #MeToo movement, the Khan case has garnered state and national attention. Protests and petitions calling for Khan to be expelled from the university erupted soon after the rape allegations, and continued even after a jury acquitted him of the charge in March 2018 and Khan sought reinstatement.

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