The men named in the lawsuit – Fields Chapman, Avery Johnson and Andrew Haynes – were charged with aggravated sexual battery for the alleged rape that took place in May 2014.
After a judge threw out the indictment over legal flaws, the men were given additional charges including sodomy and public indecency on top of the sexual assault charges, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported.
Chapman and Haynes had previous underage drinking arrests months before they were arrested. Chapman was on probation at the time of his arrest for the sexual assault.
The men were also student athletes at Calhoun High School.
The victim’s lawyer, Terry Jackson, told Channel 2 his client just wants some justice.
“She’s in counseling,” he said, “I don’t know that you ever get over a thing such as this.”