A Rock Hill woman will spend six months on probation for not disclosing that she was HIV positive to a man she had sexual intercourse with, according to the York County Solicitors Office.
Kimberly Anita Thompson, 40, pleaded guilty Thursday to the misdemeanor charge of exposing another person to the HIV virus. She was sentenced to 90 days in jail and probation, York County solicitor Erin Joyner said. Thompson will only have to serve the probation time, because she had already spent 105 days in jail since her arrest.
Rock Hill police learned in September that a man made an agreement for sex with Thompson and had been exposed to the HIV virus after Thompson didnt tell him she was HIV positive, Joyner said.
The man was not charged with soliciting sex from the woman, Joyner said.