The two friends of New York Knicks point guard Derrick Rose, all of whom are accused of rape in a $21.5 million federal civil trial, provided lurid details Wednesday of what they claim was a consensual sexual encounter with the alleged victim in the summer of 2013, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Ryan Allen and Randall Hampton, friends with Rose since childhood and now working for him, took the stand and denied raping their accuser while providing a timeline of the night in question. The L.A. police department confirmed it was conducting an investigation but no criminal charges had been filed.

The alleged victim claims she was drugged and gang-raped by Rose, Allen, and Hampton at her apartment. Both Allen and Hampton testified they had sex with the accuser, but that it was consensual.

During his testimony, Allen and Hampton described the events on the night of Aug. 26, 2013, at the Beverly Hills mansion Rose had rented for the summer and at the plaintiff’s apartment. Rose testified on Tuesday.

Allen and Hampton each said the accuser arrived at the mansion with a female friend, who reportedly told them that night she had just met the accuser on Facebook earlier in the day, and the group took two or three shots of tequila by a fire pit.

Hampton said he then had sex with the plaintiff by a cabana and that Rose joined him. The plaintiff is a former girlfriend of Rose’s. He said she pulled him into the mansion’s pool and described the moment when Rose joined them for sex.

“I just know she began to give him oral sex, like she didn’t hesitate at all,” Hampton said according to the New York Post.

Hampton also testified that the accuser asked for ecstasy and Don Julio tequila while offering lap dances.

The unnamed friend of the accuser, according to Allen, then tried to seduce Rose by disrobing and entering his bedroom. Allen said he checked up on Rose and asked if he wanted the women in his room, to which Rose said, “No.”

Allen said when the friend of the accuser told him about their meeting on Facebook earlier in the day and she couldn’t explain why she was at the mansion, he was wary.

“That’s when I thought there was a problem. I don’t think this is a good situation,” Allen testified according to The Times.

Allen then called a cab for the two women and said he had sex with the plaintiff while waiting for it to arrive.

The plaintiff claims she was given a date-rape drug without her knowledge at the mansion and cannot remember the rest of the night after 11:45 p.m., to which the defense produced text messages exchanged with Rose after 2 a.m.

In those messages, Allen said the plaintiff agreed for all three men to come to her apartment located north of the University of Southern California campus and when they arrived she walked them inside.