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Danny Pintauro: Meth's the Boss of HIV Positive Child Star

Carrier No. 3189 Reported by STDCarriers.com on Monday, November 25, 2019
Danny Pintauro
Danny Pintauro
First Name: Danny
Last Name: Pintauro
STD(s): HIV and AIDS
City: Las Vegas
State/Territory: Nevada
Country: United States
Age: 43
Sexual Orientation: Gay
Race: White
Sex: Male
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Gray
Height: 5 ft. 7 inches
Weight: 150 lbs.
Infection Date: Wednesday, December 31, 2003
Disclosure History: Has not failed to notify someone before exposure
Information Source: Published Source

Former Who's the Boss? Child star Danny Pintauro blamed crystal meth for making him HIV positive during oral sex some time in 2003. He said that he lost all of his inhibitions while using meth, but that could be an exaggeration. Like when he told Entertainment Tonight that being diagnosed with HIV was like anyone hearing that they have terminal cancer. As a rich person since childhood he has had the cure for AIDS all of his life, that cure of course being money, so unlike a poor person his HIV diagnosis is not like terminal cancer at all.

Pintauro is currently married to another man, Wil Tabares. Nothing in the media indicates that he has passed his infection to Tabares and as long as they are careful Tabares might never get it. Even if he does he is rich too, so the virus probably won't do anything to him.

Who's the Boss was a popular 1980s sitcom also starring Tony Danza, Judith Light, and Alyssa Milano. The show was about a rich woman the hires a male butler whose family moves into the house. The woman brings home the money while the man stays home cooking, cleaning, and running everything. The show was popular and won a lot of awards before going off the air in the early 1990s.

Danny Pintauro pretended to be straight as a kid and even told Opera he had a girlfriend in the 80s. He came out as gay in the late 1990s.


   


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