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$20 million civil suit filed by alleged victim in post-prom rape

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GILMER COUNTY, GA (WRCB) -

A $20-million lawsuit has been filed in the Gilmer County Superior Court by the alleged victim of sexual crimes at a post-prom party two years ago in Gilmer County.  

Most of the people at the party were from Calhoun High School. 

The lawsuit was filed Tuesday and names as defendants Fields Chapman, Andrew Haynes and Avery Johnson, who were criminally charged in the case.

It also names the owners of the cabin and several other people.

READ MORE | UPDATE: 3 suspects in custody in alleged post-prom rape 

The firm of Bobby Lee Cook in Summerville is representing the plaintiff.

The criminal case has still not gone to trial.

Stay with WRCBtv.com for updates to this story.

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