Miss Arroyo has been diagnosed as HIV-positive, becoming the fourth victim of the HIV virus in the current outbreak.
Yesterday a transsexual named Jennifer was found to be HIV-positive, but was believed to be unrelated to the other cases.
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While AIM Healthcare Foundation would not disclose the identity of the performer when they announced that there was another positive result, Miss Arroyo’s test results were known to be pending, and her manager Dick Nasty confirmed that the results of her test were positive.
Nasty reports that Arroyo, who is approximately 25-years-old, is handling the news very well. “She’s doing pretty good. I was the one that was upset,” Nasty said. “She’s taking it very well.”
Arroyo performed in a double anal scene with Darren James and another unknown man on March 30, and is believed to have caught HIV virus at that time.
Nasty says that while Arroyo is originally from San Francisco, she is planning on staying in the Los Angeles area.
“Going for counseling, that sort of stuff has already been arranged. I don’t want what she’s going to do in the way of a job, but she’s definitely going to stay here,” he said.
Arroyo has worked in the adult industry for approximately four years.
Nasty also represented Jessica Dee, the third victim of the current outbreak. There are currently two men who worked with Jessica Dee that have pending test results. meaning that they have not received a positive, nor a negative test result.
Jennifer, the transsexual performer who was diagnosed as HIV-positive yesterday, hadn't worked within the adult industry since Feb. 27, well before the current outbreak began. She was in New York, where reportedly she did some work as an escort.
Tony Sexton and Maxx Blacc are the only two performers who are on Arroyo's first-generation list, having worked with her on April 1 and April 5, respectively.
Blacc was also on Lara Roxx's first-generation list, and had a negative HIV test on April 27, more than 30 days after he worked with Roxx.
Both men were already quarantined, and so a second-generation list is not expected.