August 16, 2010
German Pop Star Admits During Trial to Unprotected Sex
Nadja Benaissa, a member of the all-girl German pop band No Angels, has admitted to having unprotected sex with several partners without disclosing to them she was HIV positive, BBC News reports. Benaissa, 28, made the admission at the opening of her trial in Germany on charges of grievous bodily harm for allegedly transmitting HIV to one man and attempted bodily harm for allegedly having sex with two other men who did not contract the virus. She was arrested in 2009 and spent 10 days in custody. Benaissa faces a prison sentence ranging from six months to 10 years if convicted.
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