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And Anderson said Zakikhani told her he too had tested negative for the virus.
They would play Play Station together, so he really bonded with my son." They were intimate, so Anderson suggested both she and Zakikhani get tested for sexually transmitted diseases. "I knew I was clean because I had previously a month before had a well woman's exam. According to the medical records Anderson provided to Channel 2 Investigates, she had not been diagnosed with or treated for HIV prior to September 2013.