Ex-New York Met Roberto Alomar is being sued for $15 million by a former girlfriend who claims that he has "full-blown AIDS" and insisted on having unprotected sex with her, The New York Daily News reports. The 41-year-old baseball star—who retired from the sport in 2005 due to health issues—has not revealed publicly whether he is, in fact, HIV positive.

According to the article, Ilya Dall, 31, lived with the former second baseman for three years and watched Alomar’s health worsen over that time period as he developed the symptoms of late-stage HIV infection, including thrush, a cough, fatigue and shingles.

“The test results of him being HIV positive was given to him and the plaintiff on or about February 6, 2006,” the negligence suit says.

Dall, who broke up with Alomar in October, is demanding at least  $15 million in punitive damages, claiming that she suffered emotional stress and that Alomar exposed her children to the virus. When reached for comment by the Daily News outside her Whitestone, Queens, home, Dall refused to discuss the suit.

“We believe this is a totally frivolous lawsuit. These allegations are baseless,” said Alomar’s attorney, Charles Bach. “He’s healthy and would like to keep his health status private. We’ll do our talking in court.”