& # 39; He played Russian roulette with my life & # 39 ;: Man, 50, is only jailed for three years after he deliberately infected his girlfriend with HIV during unprotected sex
- Frank Xavier Navarro was eligible for conditional release in 2021 despite giving girlfriend HIV
- The 50-year-old started with the woman in 2016 and had sex without a condom
- He consciously had the virus, but was still concerned with unprotected sex with the woman
- Navarro told the police that he did not say that someone was silent about a fine
A man is only detained for three years after he has knowingly infected his girlfriend with HIV.
Sydney man Frank Xavier Navarro, 50, received a five-year and three-month prison sentence earlier this month, but is already eligible for conditional release as early as 2021.
The punishment comes despite the fact that Navarro is lying to his girlfriend at the time that he has not been tested for sexually transmitted diseases and has had sexual contact with her.
He told the police even after his arrest in 2018 that not sharing information about his illness was like not telling anyone about a parking fine, The Daily telegram reported.
Sydney man Frank Xavier Navarro, 50 (photo), received a prison sentence of five years and three months earlier this month, but will be eligible for conditional release in 2021.
The punishment comes despite the fact that Navarro is lying to his girlfriend at the time that he has not been tested for sexually transmitted diseases and has had sexual contact with her
In an emotional statement about the impact of the victim being read at the District Court of Sydney, the mother-of-one ruined losing her health to the man.
& # 39; I didn't know that I was in love with a man who played Russian roulette with my life and my future, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; With my healthy body and my healthy mind. & # 39;
She went out with him in 2016 and the couple had sex without a condom. Later the woman began to fall and sores appeared in her mouth.
Judicial documents showed that Navarro was diagnosed with HIV in 2003, but stopped treatment 12 years later.
He was warned at least three times about the legal consequences of unprotected sex with someone.
When his then partner discovered her symptoms, she spoke to him about having sexually transmitted diseases tested.
Navarro denied that he had had tests.
He then told his girlfriend in early 2017 that he was undergoing an STD test and had just discovered that he had HIV.
A month later the woman found out she had the virus.
She only discovered in early 2018 that Navarro had known about his diagnosis much longer than he had claimed.
& # 39; His self-satisfaction has resulted in the quality of my life and everyone who loves me is forever reduced & # 39 ;, the woman said in a statement.
The woman described how she had moved from a confident person to someone who was anxious and lost their job due to depression.
Navarro had pleaded guilty for recklessly causing serious bodily harm.
In an emotional statement about the impact of the victim read to the District Court of Sydney, the mother-of-one ruined losing her health to the man (photo, Downing Center Court in Sydney)
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