Man Indicted In Stockton Rape Case, Victim Was Brick Resident

Zachary Madle (Photo courtesy Facebook)

MAYS LANDING – A Wildwood man accused of posting an alleged sexual assault against a Brick Township woman to his social media account was indicted by an Atlantic County grand jury Thursday.

Twenty-five-year-old Zachary Madle allegedly attacked the Stockton University student in February 2017. The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office said the indictment includes two counts of invasion of privacy and a charge of aggravated criminal sexual contact.

Madle and the student, identified as M.R., met one week before the incident. They met at a Pi Kappa Phi party—a “rogue group” not affiliated with the national fraternity, according to Stockton University—with drinking, at the fraternity house five miles from campus.

M.R. went back to her dorm room with two men, one being Madle, and awoke the next morning feeling sore. She asked the men the leave, and was told by a roommate that she had been sexually assaulted when unconscious from her alcohol consumption.

Photo courtesy Stockton University Website

M.R. texted Madle, inviting him to her room Feb. 14, 2017. She awoke the next morning naked and covered in vomit. She discovered three videos on SnapChat. In two videos, she’s wearing her panties and bra. In the third, she was completely naked.

“After viewing the video, M.R. realized she had been sexually assaulted,” the suit said.

M.R. is being represented by Toms River attorney Robert Fuggi.

Madle is described as a 2015 Stockton graduate, a member of the rogue Pi Kappa Phi.