SOURCE: A Georgia church pastor is under fire for allegedly spreading HIV among his church members…so far at least two victims have come forward to press charges. This shocking news set the internet on fire after it was posted on a blog by an angry church member and ex lover of the married pastor.
Pastor Craig Lamar Davis (mug shot below) of Atlanta’s Full Gospel Baptist Church was arrested for reckless conduct after investigators discovered he was sleeping with several women in the church. Davis admitted to investigators that he’s HIV positive and chose to have unprotected sex with these women.
According to an email sent to blogger Obnoxious, Pastor Davis is a church ho. The woman who reported him, Ronita McAfee, says she met Davis on Facebook and it wasn’t long before the two started meeting at his home to have sex.
A few months after the affair kicked off, Ronita says Davis called and told her that one of his ex-girlfriends called and said she tested positive for HIV. He told Ronita to call her doctor and that if she is positive it is not a death sentence. He also suggested some over the counter drugs she could take so that she would not get infected. WTH!
Ronita claims that after learning that the vacant house Davis had been staying in had been foreclosed and he continued to refuse to get tested, she was clear Davis was positive and she filed a police report and took out a warrant for his arrest.
Ronita made history as the first person to file charges against someone for HIV Reckless behavior in Clayton County, Georgia. While working diligently with Clayton County detectives she asked if she could also file against him in Fulton County, that’s when she discovered another woman had fallen victim to Davis’ charming ways. In fact, the woman, who wants to remain anonymous, was in a leadership position at the same church where Davis was a member.
She was a leader in Bishop Steven Hall ministry and Davis was his head armor barrier. This woman said she contracted HIV from Davis after being celibate for 15 years. When the victim shared her situation with her pastor, Bishop Steven Hall, he decided to remove her from her leadership position and asked Davis to leave his church.
Following church service on July 22, Atlanta Police arrested Davis in the parking lot of Wendy’s. At first he was denied bond but after a second hearing he was granted a $30,000 and his wife Jan posted the $3,200 to bail him out. SMDH! It doesn’t end there, investigators are still reviewing this case and believe Davis may have several more victims. as reported by Black Media Scoop
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