Woman arrested after failed attempt to fulfill her own rape fantasy

Junie Sihlangu
Aug 08, 2018
04:07 P.M.
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On July 3, Marguerite "Maggie" Wallace reported to the police that a man had sexually assaulted her. She reported that the incident occurred while she was jogging at Mounds State Park.


However, according to The Herald Bulletin, her story changed recently. On Monday, the police revealed that she had lied about the whole incident.

Marguerite "Maggie" Wallace, 19, is a Pendleton last month that a young man had sexually assaulted her, It was found out on Monday that she had actually participated in a rape fantasy according to Sheriff Scott Mellinger.

The woman was then arrested and charged with one count of Class A misdemeanor false informing. She was held at the Madison County Jail on a $3,000 bond.


For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. Madison County Sheriff's Department investigators used credit card information to track down a 17-year-old Indianapolis male teenager.

He told them that he’d met Wallace through an application called Whisper. It’s a social media site where participants usually communicate anonymously.

"Maggie Wallace initially denied the new information but ultimately admitted she didn't tell investigators the truth when she filed a report of being sexually assaulted.”

Sheriff Scott Mellinger, The Herald Bulletin, August 5, 2018


"The juvenile claimed he responded to a post from the female who was looking for someone to fulfill a 'rape fantasy,' " Mellinger said. The boy told investigators that he had conversations with Wallace and they agreed to meet at the state park in Anderson.

The teenager had saved screenshots on his phone of the conversations with Wallace. The messages confirmed his version of the events.


Wallace initially told the police that a man had sneaked up behind her while she was jogging at around 12:45 p.m. She said he grabbed her, forced her to the ground and groped the apparent victim.

Wallace said she fought back by punching and scratching the man in the face. A person close by who witnessed the attack ran over to help and called 911.

During a follow-up interview with Wallace, she initially denied the new information, but ultimately admitted to it. “While this is extremely frustrating, on several levels, I am very proud of the work our Detective Division performed,” Mellinger said.

It’s been reported that Wallace has since been released from the Madison County Detention Center on bond.