Unnamed Hollywood HIV Actor Had Sex With Over 50 ‘Adult Actresses’ And Transsexuals, According To His Porn Star Lover

Speculation and rumors over the Hollywood actor who is allegedly battling HIV have been rife over the last few days. And now a porn star who claims to have slept with the unnamed Hollywood playboy has revealed that he slept with at least 50 “adult actresses,” as well as transsexuals.

Unconfirmed rumors have been swirling in recent days that a big name Hollywood actor with a number of celebrity ex-girlfriends has been diagnosed with HIV.

The 27-year-old porn star spoke to Daily Mail Online, who refused to reveal the identity of the man, about her experiences with the man, insisting that she originally met him in 2011 at a party. She even claimed that she became pregnant by the unnamed individual.

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Speaking about the man, who she described as a kind and giving person, the porn star revealed, “I would guess he has slept with about 50 porn stars or less over the past few years – only because I know he has a lot of repeats. He is bisexual too – he would pay girls to bring him transsexuals to have sex with.”

She revealed that she wasn’t surprised to find out that he had HIV, declaring that it is now “common knowledge” in the industry. She even speculated that he’s had the disease for two years. “It’s not shocking me but it’s scary because now I’m nervous to shoot,” she confessed.

The woman revealed that she’s been tested for HIV, and the test came back negative. She explained that during their sexual experience, the condom broke.

“We just had regular sex but there was a condom slip – that’s the reason I got pregnant,” the woman explained. “I was pregnant and then had an abortion so obviously his DNA was in me but that was almost five years ago. I’ve been tested lots and shooting porn since then but I’m still going to get retested.”

She continued, “I’ve had plenty of tests in the past few years so I have no worries that I have contracted something but I do worry for the girls I do know. There’s a lot of girls that I know personally – that have been seeing him over the past two years.”

The unnamed porn star then started her own spate of speculation, claiming that four girls that had been sleeping with the actor had recently stopped shooting pornography.

“The funny thing is there’s four girls that have been seeing him that have stopped shooting porn recently,” the woman declared. This led her to speculate, “I think they might have contracted HIV but obviously I’m not going to go and ask them and they would never admit it – it’s not something you want to tell people.”

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These rumors were first reported by the British tabloid newspaper, The Sun via the Independent, with the publication going on to claim that the actor’s ex-girlfriends included an award-winning actress, a religious movie-star, a Hollywood personality, a television star, a model, and a media personality. Radar Online had their own report documenting the actor’s alleged “desperate battle with AIDS.”

Several publications have insisted that an “HIV panic” has now gripped Hollywood, but sexual health experts have been quick to downplay these concerns, with campaigners criticizing the “scare-mongering” reports that have been circulating.

There are worries that these reports could now negatively influence the public’s view of HIV, with both The Sun and Radar Online being condemned for their coverage.

The National Aids Trust, a sexual health charity, has since released a statement insisting that the media coverage is important in promoting awareness of the disease without creating a sensationalist hysteria.

Their statement read, “Understanding the advances in knowledge and treatment around HIV is vital to reporting accurately. Accurate reporting benefits to public health, dispel myths, undermines prejudice and increases understanding.”

For more information on HIV please visits the NHS website or the National AIDS Trust website.

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