The woman whose false rape accusation sent NFL player Brian Banks to prison for five years has been ordered to pay a $2.6 million judgment. 'I'VE ALREADY WON' Brian Banks' journey to the NFL is nothing short of inspirational. Alex Marvez documents his amazing story. Wanetta Gibson accused Banks in 2002 when the two attended Long Beach (Calif.) Poly High, where Banks was a star prep prospect. Banks was convicted of rape, lost his USC scholarship and landed in jail, and Gibson sued the Long Beach Unified School District for being unsafe and won a $1.5 million judgment. Gibson later confessed that she lied and Banks was released in 2012. Gibson must repay a $750,000 settlement to the LBUSD plus attorney fees, interest and more than $1 million in punitive damages. Banks, 27, got several NFL tryouts last year and played in the UFL before he signed with the Atlanta Falcons in April. Lawyers were unable to locate Gibson, who has a history of civil litigation claims by and against her, including temporary restraining orders and domestic abuse charges. It's reported she also is being sued by the county for child support after receiving public assistance. The ruling allows the school district to get the money through her future wages and property. Banks was unavailable for comment. This fall he will continue pursuing his NFL dream, one of roughly 2,800 players vying for roster spots in NFL training camps. FOX Sports' Alex Marvez documented Banks' dramatic story in April. ''I felt at the time in order for me to exit prison with a sane mind and be able to just function as a person I had to let go of certain dreams and goals I once held in life, football being one of them,'' Banks said in April. .