Meet Thomas Guerra, the man who’s been accused of willingly exposing someone to HIV!
Guerra’s case is currently being investigated as a misdemeanor, but if prosecutors can prove it was intentional, Guerra will face felony charges; and still that wouldn’t be punishment enough to give his victim or possible victims some peace of mind, who does that! Can you imagine the nightmare!
“Tommy” –that is what his former partner and accuser called him –allegedly is bragging about the fact he willingly infected his partners online! Reports say after his accuser got the Facebook message from one of Guerra’s ex-boyfriends warning him about Guerra, the accuser soon learned he was HIV-positive. He also claims to have found shocking text messages on Guerra’s phone, bragging to his friends about infecting people.
“Texts where he’s stating he’s negative to people then bragging to others about giving people his ‘positive load.’ It’s crude, it’s… I don’t know how someone could treat another individual like that,” he said. The man, whose identity has not been disclosed, said
“I don’t even know who I was living with” “I don’t know who I had fallen in love with.
Guerra, also known as Ashton Chavez, is a landscape architect. He’s being charged by the San Diego City Attorney’s Office for willfully exposing himself to another person with HIV, a misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of six months and $1,000 fine.
29-year-old Guerra dated his last partner and accuser for a year before he discovered shocking text messages on Guerra’s cell phone.
According to a new update from the case, a new victim –who is a San Diego native –and i also said to be a former legislative candidate revealed more details about Thomas saying the man claims to be the grand-nephew of Cesar Chavez.
The man who says he and Guerra dated only for a few months, got a phone call from Guerra himself who said he was HIV positive. He describes him as being
incredibly charming and romantic, very handsome, not the type of person you’d think to do anything wrong ever.”
We definitely urge more people to come forward and finally stop Guerra from causing more harm.