Xander Corvus Tests Negative for HIV

From AVN, just now…

CHATSWORTH, Calif.—Seeking to end speculation about his HIV status, Xander Corvus came forward today to report that he’s tested negative for HIV. Corvus shot a sex scene with Cameron Bay—the last one she performed in—before she was confirmed yesterday to have HIV.

Corvus visited AVN today with his agents, Sandra McCarthy and Anthony DeConinck from OC Modeling, seeking to clear his name, which emerged during the controversy this week.

Corvus, a popular male performer, worked with Bay for Kink.com’s site PublicDisgrace.com on July 31, and has tested negative for all STIs, including HIV and Hepatitis-C, twice since that sexual encounter. OC Modeling confirmed to AVN that the dates of Corvus’ negative HIV tests were Aug. 5 and Aug. 20. Corvus was tested for Hep-C only on Aug. 12. All tests were performed at Cutting Edge Testing (CET).

Prior to the scene for PublicDisgrace.com on July 31, Corvus’ previous negative test was July 24.

“Most people in the industry wouldn’t come forward, but we owe it to ourselves and the people we work with to not hide anything,” Corvus said. “Sack up, and say what’s right. Take responsibility for what you’ve done. The right thing to do as a human being is obvious. At the end of the day it falls on everyone’s own self to be responsible.”

Corvus said that he’s looking forward to getting back to work and that he hopes his fellow performers involved in the situation all test clean.

Corvus said that he plans on testing again today and that he would post the results on his Twitter page for all to see.

I cut out a lot of text from AVN’s original piece, stuff that addressed (inappropriate and unacceptable) mainstream media speculations, rumors and errors, etc in order to get to what’s most relevant.

All that text and more details are here.