Five Kentucky football players are reportedly filing a lawsuit against the Lexington Police department after being charged with burglary but later cleared, according to Lex 18 News.

The police said that the group of Andru Phillips, Vito Tisdale, Reuben Adams, JuTahn McClain, and Joel Williams was asked to leave an Alpha Sigma Chi fraternity party on Forest Park Drive and being involved in a fight, accusing them of “forcing entry.” The police also accused them of having a gun.

The players stated in the lawsuit that they though the party was “open invite,” and upon entry, they were called racial slurs and told to leave. They said that they were later jumped before exiting the party.

According to one of the lawsuits, the fraternity was just picking out names on the Kentucky roster as they filed charges. Each lawsuit says that police used “unreliable information” in the accusations against the players.