Haverhill Woman Alleges Man Gave Her Herpes In Viral Facebook Post, Includes Image Of Medication Not Used To Treat Herpes
This is Olivia Rodrigues from Haverhill.
Yesterday she wrote a viral Facebook post, alleging that a man she had only recently begun dating gave her herpes, and she wanted to alert the world to it.
Here’s an idea – if you don’t want to get STDs then don’t raw dog it with guys you barely know. Especially if you live in Haverhill. Anywhere in between Lawrence and Hampton Beach is the herpes expressway. Just assume they all have it, and don’t think for a second that being Facebook official means you have herpes immunity.
Sorry, no pity here. If you think someone gave you herpes then confront them privately. The whole world doesn’t need to know that you are now a disease infested pass around. What if he didn’t know he had it? Is he a victim too because someone gave it to him?
The post has been shared many times and she’s getting exactly what she wanted – sympathy.
Being a victim is hot these days. There’s just a couple problems. See the medicine she posted?
I’m not a doctor, but according to the Internet machine ic doxycycline hyclate isn’t used to treat herpes.
It’s used to treat bacterial infections.
And those test results?
It says she’s 0.91 positive, and 1.09 negative. I have no idea what that means, but neither does anyone else sharing it. According to people who seem to know what they’re talking about, this doesn’t mean she has herpes though.
Some suggested that she should probably avoid humping anything with a pulse if she doesn’t want to get herpes, but she credited herself with speaking up.
She’s a real hero. She’s also someone who would take the shirt off her back for a perfect stranger.
Dear, taking your shirt off was how you found yourself in this predicament in the first place. Try keeping your clothes on around strangers. Might work.
Other disease infested sentagraphians chimed in with their support, and Olivia told them she had lawyers on the case.
Not Attorney Richard N. Vulva though. He’s the reason STD’s are spreading in the first place.
I have no idea if Leon has herpes, nor do I care. I am against Internet lynch mobs in general, especially when there is a lack of corroborating evidence. He has taken all his social media down after this post about him went viral, but his family and friends are now chiming in in his defense on Olivia’s post, accusing her of not being completely forthcoming with her allegations.
This is all so Haverhill it hurts.
The bottom line is that getting herpes doesn’t make you a victim, and I certainly don’t feel bad for you because you didn’t feel like having safe sex with a guy you only recently began dating. The only victims here are her children, who will now have to read about that time Mom tried and failed to publicly prove on Facebook that some guy she just made gave her a venereal disease.
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