An Oklahoma City man is behind bars after being accused of intentionally infecting at least three women with HIV.
One of 30-year-old Earnest Lacour’s victims spoke to FOX 25, hoping that she could prevent it from happening to others. “I am here to tell my story,” she told the outlet. “I am strong. I can do this. I have support.”
The woman says she started becoming intimate with Lacour in 2021, and afterward, she got sick.
After experiencing fainting spells and throwing up, she sought medical treatment. Her lab results revealed that she had contracted HIV.
“It’s a deadly disease, but you can still live your life,” she said. “I don’t have AIDS, and I still have a life to live.”
The police got involved because there was evidence Lacour knew he was HIV positive during sexual contact. After obtaining his medical records, police learned he was diagnosed with HIV in 2019.
He was arrested and charged with three counts of knowingly engaging in conduct to transfer HIV. Lacour is currently being held at the Oklahoma City Jail on a $500,000 bond.
The woman believes there could be other victims.
“I just want to tell everyone that they need to get tested and to be careful,” the victim said. “You never know who someone really is.”
Authorities are encouraging anyone who had sexual contact with Lacour to contact the police and health departments.
black chimp with aids raping White women. How typical.
Tree, rope, publicly.