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Porn Star Who Tested Positive For HIV Reportedly Tried To Book Female For Sex Shoot After Diagnosis

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The male porn star who tested positive for HIV reportedly attempted to get a female star to have sex with him after he had already been diagnosed.

Radar Online reports that the male star, who has not been publicly identified by authorities but shut down the industry, attempted to book a sex scene via text message with an actress on webcam days after he took the test that revealed his HIV-positive status.

The text messages were reportedly obtained by industry blogger Mike South, and Mail Online posted what South wrote.

“[The HIV-positive actor] contacted [the actress] on December 5th at 4PM PST and suggested that they do a webcam show together on Sat Dec 7th,” South wrote on his site, adding [the actress] “indicated that she was booked to shoot that day, but Sunday would work. [The HIV-positive actor] agreed on Sunday.”

“This is clearly after [The HIV-positive actor] would at least know that he had tested positive for something, and I find it hard to believe that 48 hours after the test he didn’t know what, but he had to know that he wasn’t supposed to be shooting, he was even marked unavailable in [the industry testing system].

“This kind of behavior is absolutely unacceptable and it shows a total disregard for her life.”

ABC News previously reported that The Free Speech Coalition, an adult film industry trade group, announced on Dec. 6 its latest moratorium on filming.

“We are taking every precaution while we do research to determine if there’s been any threat to the performer pool,” Free Speech Coalition CEO Diane Duke said in a statement. “We take the health of our performers very seriously, and felt that it was better to err on the side of caution while we determine whether anyone else may have been exposed.”

The news comes more than a year after Los Angeles County voters passed a ballot initiative that made using condoms in porn mandatory; however, the rule was never enforced and was later ruled to be unconstitutional, according to Mail Online.

The film star who tested positive for HIV has caused the porn industry to shut down for the third time this year.

Sources: Mail Online, Radar Online, ABC News