A Princeton University undergraduate who was asked to leave school after he attempted suicide has brought a federal court suit charging disability discrimination.

The freshman, identified as W.P., took 20 tablets of antidepressant drug Trazodone while alone in his dormitory room on Feb. 25, 2012. He then sought help at the campus health center. While he was hospitalized, the university notified him he was barred from returning to his dorm room, attending classes or setting foot on campus, according to the suit filed Wednesday in Trenton.

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