May 6, 2009
All-Star Baseball Player’s Ex-Girlfriend Drops HIV Case
Former All-Star second baseman Roberto Alomar is no longer being accused of transmitting HIV to ex-girlfriend Ilya Dall, who withdrew her $15 million civil suit against him for having unprotected sex with her without disclosing his alleged HIV status, ESPN reports.
Dall filed the lawsuit last January, claiming that the retired baseball player tested HIV positive in February 2006. Alomar argued that this is untrue, describing the lawsuit as “filled with lies.” A settlement was agreed upon by Alomar and Dall’s lawyers, who were scheduled to meet Friday, May 8, for an initial conference in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn.
“The complaint was withdrawn, which means the lawsuit was withdrawn with prejudice,” Charles Bach, who represents Alomar, told ESPN.com. “That speaks for itself. It is over.”
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