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So I can still be sued by National Collegiate Student Loan Trust even though I did not originally get my student loan from them?
Yes. If NCT bought your defaulted debt from the original issuer of your student loan, then they now own your debt and can legally collect it from you. If you continue to not pay the debt, then they can (and most likely will) file a lawsuit against you to collect the debt.
Can I ignore the lawsuit that National Collegiate Student Loan Trust has filed against me?
Ignoring the lawsuit is a terrible idea. NCT will use the law and its extensive resources to go after you for the debt that you owe. They will attempt to collect the debt by obtaining a judgement so they can then seize the funds in your bank account with a bank levy, wage garnishment, or filing a lien against your property or real estate.