Classic mistake.

If it’s a comparison sentence, it’s ‘I’

“I was not going to the dinner party, unlike Lucy”

In this context, there are two alternatives that are both correct:

“He was attending the same dinner party as I was”

“He was attending the same dinner party as me”

“I was attending the same dinner party as X”

Just ‘I’ at the end is incorrect.

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