A Texas jury awarded $32 million to a woman who claimed in a civil lawsuit that she was raped at age 14 by two high-school football players at a party in 2012. The Dallas Morning News reports Friday that the woman claims she was drugged and raped by two Hebron High players, who she alleges assaulted her simultaneously. During the trial, one of the alleged assailants told the jury the sex was consensual, and that he’d behave similarly if he saw another girl as intoxicated as his alleged victim. Another of the unidentified defendants said he only regretted that he “lost his virginity in that way.” Neither of the men have been criminally charged. The News notes that this is the second time the girl has filed suit over the alleged assault: In 2014, she sued her school district for alleged harassment she faced after the assault. The district was not found liable. For this second civil case, the woman was awarded $7 million in actual damages and $25 million in punitive damages.