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Anthony Weiner’s sexting mistress may have been exposed to HIV

Anthony Weiner’s sexting mistress may have been exposed to HIV

Anthony Weiner's sexing mistress might have been exposed to HIV during a porn film. Photo: WENN

The sexting mistress caught up in the drama surrounding embattled candidate for New York City mayor Anthony Weiner might have been exposed to HIV during the filming of a porn movie.

Sydney Leathers, 23, starred in a film with adult star Xander Corvus, who, it has been revealed, previously co-starred in an unprotected scene with Cameron Bay. Cameron Bay has admitted to having HIV.

Cutting Edge Testing lab on Wednesday told Bay that a blood sample take came back positive for HIV.

Both Xander and Sydney told Gawker that they were both tested prior to making their film together and were both found to be “healthy.”

It was revealed in July that Sydney and Anthony had been involved in a sexting relationship.

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