Sydney Leathers May Have Been Exposed To HIV While Recording Adult Freak Flick Scene
Anthony Weiner’s latest texting partner may have been exposed to HIV when she shot her freak flick debut earlier this month.
The actor who played the pervy pol in “Weiner & Me” is Corvus Xander, an adult star who filmed a sex scene three weeks ago with the female freak flick actress who recently tested positive for HIV and sparked the current moratorium on professional freaky productions, Gawker.com first reported Thursday.
The actress, Cameron Bay, told adult industry website AVN that her most recent 3X shoot was July 31 and that her shocking test result came back this week.
Her Twitter account suggests the last project was a Kink.com flick with Xander.
“Thanks so much for the awesome PD scene at @behindkink,” she tweeted Xander Aug. 3.
In a statement to Gawker, Leathers said she and Xander both were tested and deemed “healthy” before they filmed their Vivid Entertainment video together.
She said an additional test in New York after the shoot also came back negative.
Bay stressed to AVN Wednesday that she was undergoing follow-up testing to see if maybe her result was a false positive.
Says Xander’s on-screen sex partner:
“When I got the call, I was obviously extremely distraught and in disbelief because there’s no way that it’s possible in my eyes,” Bay told AVN.
“I don’t sleep around, I don’t do anything crazy, and I keep track of the people that I’ve worked with.”
Xander seemed to touch on the dangers of sexually transmitted diseases in a Twitter post last week.
“If you’re in the industry and you irresponsibly f**k unprotected outside the industry I want you drawn & quartered then burned alive,” he tweeted Aug. 12.
We feel you bruh…
Leathers, who was back in New York this week after filming the skin flick in “recent days,” told the Daily News Tuesday that she had no regrets.
“After I did the Vivid photo shoot a couple weeks ago, people already thought I made a freak flick, so it was like, ‘Eh, they think I did, I might as well,’” she explained.
“My whole thing is, even if I’m cashing in my body, it’s my body to cash in on. It was my choice,” she said. “No one knows what’s best for me better than I do. And obviously I wouldn’t have done it if I thought it was going to ruin my life.”
Yeah, about that…
Was it worth it Sydney?