A Woman Lied of Intentionally Spreading HIV

Within the minute-long clip, Lasiter lists off about half a dozen males she claims to have unprotected intercourse with, sardonically informing each one “You HIV-positive.”

A Georgia lady who claimed she purposely infected a list of lovers — in addition to their partners – with HIV is backtracking on her story.

Yakeima Lasiter posted a video just a week before on Facebook Live, which shortly went viral, during which she listed all the boys she claimed to have deliberately given the AIDS-causing virus too, in addition to their wives and girlfriends.

However, on Wednesday, police in Americus stated Lasiter later claimed she was lying about being HIV-positive. She confirmed detectives a September 2018 blood test indicating she didn’t have the virus and agreed to take a further test.

“She said she was offended at the folks named within the video when she posted it,” Major Herman Lamar informed.

It’s a felony in Georgia to knowingly transmit HIV. Police at the moment are waiting on the outcomes of the latest test before deciding whether to press charges.

Detectives got aware of the video when one of many males named in it came forward Friday and filed a communication harassment complaint.

Within the minute-long clip, Lasiter lists off about half a dozen males she claims to have unprotected intercourse with, sardonically informing each one “You HIV-positive.”

“Now y’all sick as f–k,” she concludes.

In response to most recent statistics from the Georgia Department of Public Health documents, some 2,698 individuals were diagnosed with HIV in 2017.

Emily Rodriguez

Emily Rodriguez

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