HIV-Positive Pop Star Could Go to Prison
Twenty-eight-year-old German singer Nadja Benaissa faces prison time for allegedly having unprotected sex with multiple partners without informing them that she has the virus that causes AIDS.
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AP via Yahoo:
Nadja Benaissa, 28, a member of German girl band No Angels, is charged with grievous bodily harm for allegedly infecting a partner with the virus in 2004 and also faces charges of attempted bodily harm for having unprotected sex with two other men.
“I am sorry from my heart,” she said in a statement read by her lawyer to the Darmstadt administrative court. “No way did I want my partner to be infected.”
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