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I can’t believe how dense the adult community is. Led by one attorney in particular, the word going out there is that the Katie Summers case will be kicked out because, and this is an actual quote from the attorney: “If a company has work comp then they can’t be sued civilly in case of a work related injury.”
This is not a work related injury case. Katie Summers is telling the courts that John Stagliano hid his HIV status from her and worked in a scene with her. To me that’s emotional distress, if not a violation of safe sexual practices. Why does the name Mr. Marcus keep echoing in my ears?
From www.aids.gov regarding disclosure of HIV: Many states and some cities have partner-notification laws—meaning that, if you test positive for HIV, you (or your healthcare provider) may be legally obligated to tell your sex or needle-sharing partner(s). In some states, if you are HIV-positive and don’t tell your partner(s), you can be charged with a crime.
California law states the following regarding HIV: “Health and Safety Code Section 120291 states that any person who exposes another to HIV by engaging in unprotected sexual activity is guilty of a felony, when the infected person:
1) knows he/she is infected; 2) has not disclosed his/her HIV-positive status; and 3) acts with the intent to infect the other person with HIV.
The felony charge is punishable in the state prison for three, five, or eight years. Unless the victim requests otherwise, the name and any
other identifying characteristics of the victim shall remain confidential.”