Fuggi said Stockton needs to do a better job dealing with the "rogue" fraternity and to make current and future students safe.
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The woman's attorney, Robert Fuggi, said both he and his client, who is under 21, were surprised that the man was not charged with committing sexual assault. He said his client underwent a sexual assault examination - commonly called a rape kit - and provided DNA evidence. Stockton University did not address the criminal case but said in a statement that it has "referred the matter to the New Jersey Attorney General's Office for representation and investigation of the underlying claims." The lawsuit claims the young woman met the man, a 2015 graduate and former fraternity member, at a party off campus at the Egg Harbor City home that houses an illegitimate chapter of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. college students The woman said she met the man at a Feb.
The national fraternity said it has not had a fraternity at Stockton since 2010 and no one should be operating under their name. 9, 2017 frat party that featured heavy drinking, and the alleged attacker and another man came back to her freshman dorm that night.