Accused of intentionally spreading HIV to sexual partners, 29-year-old Thomas Guerra has continued to use dating websites to “hook up,” according to an HIV infected former boyfriend. Now a judge has ordered he abstain from dating websites.
Guerra was recently charged with a misdemeanor count for knowingly infecting a former boyfriend with HIV. The ex-boyfriend alleges Guerra did not disclose his infection during their relationship, implying that they were sexually active. 10 News discovered, “An online dating profile appears to show activity within the past few days, after he was charged.”
The HIV-infected former boyfriend of Guerra who spoke with 10 News said he was aware of other people “hooking up” with the HIV-positive accused in recent weeks. In addition, texts obtained by 10 News showed what appeared to be Guerra bragging about infecting others with the disease.
A judge has now ordered Guerra to abstain from activity on dating websites.
10 News also reported on a San Francisco ex-boyfriend, who met the accused on the dating website Grindr and suspects Guerra infected him with HIV. Prosecutors are reportedly following more leads of individuals who may have contracted HIV from Guerra.