A man has been found guilty of having sex with a woman and not disclosing his HIV status. Craig Davis was convicted of HIV-reckless conduct.
Davis’ attorneys claimed he doesn’t have HIV, and said there’s no accurate test that detects the virus.
The attorneys said he was misdiagnosed with the virus because he was on crack when he was initially treated by doctors.
Prosecutors wondered why Davis takes anti-viral medication and is being treated for HIV if he doesn’t have the virus.
Ronita McAfee says she slept with Davis four times and he never revealed his HIV status.
Davis said he never slept with her. His attorney, John Turner, says she has told nothing but lies about him and is out to get him.
“She wanted to destroy him, and she’s still sitting back there now trying to destroy him,” Turner said.
Davis says he told a second woman about his status, and she still chose to sleep with him. That woman tested positive for HIV after she slept with Davis seven days a week, she says.
Davis faces similar charges in Fulton County in connection with her case. McAfee says she has not contracted the virus.