A Queens woman has filed a $15 million lawsuit against HIV positive baseball star Roberto Alomar for insisting on having unprotected sex with her.
llya Dall, 31, said she lived with Alomar for three years and knew something was up when she watched his health begin to deteriorate.
Alomar, 41, finally got tested when he developed a persistent cough, fatigue and shingles. By then, according to the suit, Alomar's skin had turned purple, he was foaming at the mouth and a spinal tap "showed he had full-blown AIDS." His HIV results came back positive "on or about Feb.6, 2006," according to court documents.
Dall knew about the test results but claims in her suit that Alomar "insisted" upon having unprotected sex with her.
Alomar retired from baseball due to "health issues" in 2005.
Dall is demanding at least $15 million in punitive damages for emotional stress, and exposing her children to the virus.
"He jeopardized the health, well-being and life of the plaintiff, which caused her to have a fear of contracting AIDS, often referred to as AIDS phobia," the suit says.
The couple broke up in October 2008.