Yes, there is a chance it could have been. I am the person responsible for all the sites content, I took over recently and have made many changes to the site.
I was never given any TOS by the guy who purchased this hosting stuff. Also, my email is not connected to the account so if there were any violation warnings, I would have not seen them.
Lets say for the sake of argument that it was a TOS violation, do you think dreamhosters allow us to rectify the situation and continue our service with them? Will they have the information about what exactly the problem was? I don't know what the issue was.
The site was not being worked on at the time, so I don't think it was on our end. The mysql link still works though and our database is intact. I went ahead and contacted dreamhost with the link you gave me, I hope we can get this issue resolved as soon as possible.