| 07-24-2007, 08:55 AM||
Every one is talking about how this chick looks, but does that really matter? She could look like a video chick, but she has still put lives in danger. All of these people are sick, and they will probably die for a few minutes of pleasure (if any pleasure was involved). Yeah, six months is a long time to find out if your life will be changed forever.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WHBQ FOX13 myfoxmemphis.com) --
Police in Mason, Tenn., have arrested a 19-year-old, HIV positive woman for "having s3x with three men and a 15-year-old boy. Investigators say she knew she had it and knowingly exposed her partners to the potentially deadly virus.
It's against the law for a person who knows they're infected with HIV to have intimate contact with someone without using protection and that's what Kayla Wilkerson is accused of doing.
She's currently out of jail on bond.
Police say the four she was with have been tested and are waiting for their results.
About 4 miles into Mason, Tenn., a quite, quaint town of only 600 people, sits Mason Manor Apartments. That's where 19-year-old Kayla Wilkerson lived until 24 hours ago.
Police arrested Wilkerson for having s3x with four males, one of them is 15-years-old. They said she did it even though she knows she's HIV positive. HIV causes the deadly s3xually transmitted virus AIDS.
Police learned about this case through the leasing agent at the apartments. She called them and complained that people were having s3x in the laundry room after hours.
Police say after finding out who was involved, the men admitted taking turns having s3x with Wilkerson.
One of them is Prentice Jones' grandson.
"I hope nothing is wrong with him," said Jones, who belived his grandson used a condom while having s3x with Wilkerson.
Police say while they were questioning Wilkerson she admitted she was infected with the virus.
In the police report, Wilkerson says she was sitting on her porch when the four approached her and asked to have s3x. She met them in the apartment laundry room, gave them each condoms and told them she had HIV, but says they all wanted to do it anyway.
Police Chief James Paris said Wilkerson also said some chose to use the protection, others didn't.
"It's a sad situation for both sides," said Wilkerson. "They didn't think about what they were doing before hand and everybody is pretty much paying for it."
If they're infected, it could take up to six months for the virus to show up.
Wilkerson is facing a statutory r*pe charge for having s3x with the15-year-old boy and four counts of criminAl exposure to HIV. She's expected in court in September.