Andre Davis Gets 32 Years In Prison For Having Sex With Women Without Disclosing HIV-Positive Status

Andre Davis (formerly known as Andre Heart on the independent circuit) was sentenced to 32 years in prison today for having sex with women without telling them he was HIV-positive.

Davis was found guilty on 14 counts of felonious assault in November.

You can read coverage by The Associated Press via the New York Daily News at this link.

Thanks to Wrestling News World reader Dave L for sending us the link.

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  • Chris_Storm

    And he deserves every minute of it, if not more.

  • Prprince

    He is a piece of crap.

  • Kleck

    What a sick individual

  • XKonn247

    Hate the fact he’s quotes as saying “I’m not a monster”. He is. He’s selfish, disgusting, murderous monster. He could have had I’ve 100 years. 32 seems lie he got off lightly!

  • Dave L

    I was pretty amazed that it was WWE that broke the news to him that he was infected.

  • Stoney

    what an idiot

  • BigMike

    he was on the fast track in the Cincinnati area he was a tag team wrestler with him being this skinny little guy and his Partner was a big big guy and it was cool but this he deserves every second of that time he should be castrated by fishing wire

  • Mike

    Hmmm… I read 'found guilty', and in my head it translated as 'found dead'… had to read it twice. Wishful thinking?

  • MsMojoRisin

    hope he gets beat up in prison he deserves it

  • WorldInMotion

    32 years? Are they out of their minds? People with good lawyers get less for murder. It should be 2 years at most.

    • Mike

      I'd go the other route and say that murder should be 32 years at least. This guy has ruined, potentially or actually, so many people's lives, people who don't have the luxury of being dead. People who have to live with the fear of having HIV or not, Aids or not, their families and friends. Far worse than murder… if you're dead you're dead, but this guy's victims have lives to lead. 32 years is appropriate in my opinion. It's punishments for other crimes that are wholly on the low side.