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Report: Roberto Alomar accused by wife of exposing her to HIV

A second woman has filed suit against Roberto Alomar, alleging that he knowingly engaged in unprotected sex despite knowing he is HIV-positive.

This time, Alomar's wife accused him in divorce proceedings in Florida, the New York Post reported. Maria Del Pilar Rivera Alomar alleges that Alomar "knew prior to his first sexual contact with (her) that he was HIV-positive."

In a February 2009 lawsuit that was settled last May, a former girlfriend, Ilya Dall, alleged that he had unprotected sex with her over four years. Alomar's wife, who was then his girlfriend, called Dall's lawsuit "a vile lie" at that time.

In her lawsuit, Rivera said she would not have married Alomar "if she had known of his true physical condition."

Alomar denied having the disease in a Post interview last year. "I don't talk about my personal life, but I don't have that disease."

By Cindy Boren  | October 7, 2010; 11:48 AM ET
 
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