HIV Man Sentenced For Two Years for Unprotected Sex

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HIV Man Sentenced For Two Years for Unprotected Sex

It has been reported that a man has been alleged for passing HIV to a woman through sexual intercourse. The identity of the man has not been disclosed, however, it has been revealed that he has been sentenced for a period of two years.

The verdict was announced by Victorian County Court Judge Mark Gamble. While announcing the verdict, the judge noted that although the woman has been infected with HIV, the judges have not sentenced the man for passing the HIV.

It is too early to say if the lady has been infected with HIV. Judge Gamble informed that the man has been punished for breaking the trust and for having unprotected sex. The man has apologized to the lady. Although he doesn't remember as to what happened between them during an evening, he has apologized for causing her anxiety.

Judge said that the man should have informed the lady about his HIV status before taking her to bed. It has come to light that a number of cases have been launched against him. He has been found guilty of putting life of a person at risk and causing assault.

The lady has complained that the man had sex with her after meeting her for the very first time at Melbourne hotel in 2007. Both were drunk in that very evening. When the lady woke up in the morning, she found herself in bed with the man.

Soon after waking up, she asked the man to leave. But the man had something else on his mind. After leaving from her room, he tried to have sex with her sister but failed to do so. The man is said to be 55-years-old. The woman is now terrified and concerned as to how she would live a life with HIV infection.


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