NEWSFLASH! Craig Lamar Davis, a former pastor was found guilty yesterday (January 21, 2014) of having sex with women without disclosing his HIV status.
[READ: Former Pastor Accused of Knowingly Spreading HIV Faces Judge in 2 Counties (VIDEO)]
During his trial in Clayton County, Ga., Davis’ lawyers claimed that his HIV diagnosis was inaccurate. They suggested that Davis’ results were wrong because of his crack addiction and even brought in an expert witness to detail how HIV tests aren’t accurate.
However, prosecutors won the case by pointing out that Davis continued to take anti-viral medication to treat the virus and a Clayton county jury determined that Davis had unprotected sex with several women knowing that he was infected with HIV.
Details + watch video of the victim’s response to the verdict below… Continue Reading…
Andre Davis, the former professional wrestler who was found guilty of not disclosing his POSITIVE HIV status to several sex partners has been sentenced.
[READ: Pro-Wrestler Faces 120 Years Jailtime for Knowingly Infecting Sex Partners With HIV]
Davis, 29, who used stage names including Gangsta of Love and Sweet Sexy Sensation, was convicted back in November of 14 counts of felonious assault for having sex with women without telling them he’d tested positive for the virus that causes AIDS.
Prosecutors proved that Davis violated state law by not telling a dozen sex partners about his HIV status or flat out lying to them about it. Continue Reading…