Andre Davis HIV
January 24, 2012 by staff
Andre Davis HIV, A man convicted of having sex without telling his partners he tested positive for HIV told a judge Monday that he was a “sex addict.”
Former professional wrestler Andre Davis faced the possibility of decades in prison after being convicted in November of 14 counts of felonious assault under an 11-year-old state law making it a crime for anyone diagnosed with HIV or AIDS to have sex without disclosing that status to their partner.
The law applies regardless of whether HIV is transmitted.
In court, Davis said that when he lost his “childhood dream” of being a professional wrestler, his addiction to sex became worse.
“Sex addiction is probably the worst addiction you could ever have. Drugs and alcohol are terrible, but sex is something everybody wants. I’ve never did a drug in my life, I’m a social drinker, but those things mean nothing to me — sex was it,” he said.
Davis said he did not disclose his HIV test results because he did not want his family to know.
One of the victims told the court that if she had known that Davis had tested positive for HIV, she wouldn’t have had sex with him.
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