Married 'pastor' allegedly spreads HIV among female parishioners
In a shocking tale it has been reported that a married pastor has allegedly been arrested for infecting multiple women with the HIV virus.
“Pastor” Craig Lamar Davis, of Atlanta’s Full Gospel Baptist Church, is accused of passing the virus to unsuspecting members of the female congregation, reports WVIG. At least two women have come forward to press charges.
The report goes onto say that Davis was arrested for reckless conduct after investigators discovered he was sleeping with several women in the church. He apparently admitted he’s HIV positive but recklessly chose to have unprotected sex.
The explosive story has been trending on social networking sites and has been the subject of several blogs after it was originally posted by blogger Obnoxious. According to an email sent to the blogger, by a woman named Ronita McAfee, Davis had sex with her while he hid is HIV status.
She says she met him on Facebook and in a short time they started meeting at his home to have sex. A few months into the affair, McAfee claims Davis called and told her that one of his ex-girlfriends had told him she’s tested positive for HIV.
McAfee claims after Davis continued to refuse to get tested; she filed a police report and authorities took out a warrant for his arrest. Later, she discovered another woman had allegedly contracted HIV from Davis.
Davis was arrested on July 22, 2012. Initially, he was denied bond but after a second hearing he was granted a $30,000 bond and his wife posted the $3,200 to bail him out.
Investigators are still reviewing this case and believe Davis may have several more victims.
When theGrio reached out to Full Gospel Baptist Church, a member, who didn’t want to be named, said Craig Lamar Davis has never been a pastor at the church. He said a statement from the church was pending.
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