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An ex-girlfriend of former White Sox second baseman Roberto Alomar filed an explosive lawsuit, alleging the former baseball star insisted on unprotected sex for four years despite having AIDS. Alomar, who was once engaged to tennis star Mary Pierce, spent 17 years in the majors and was one of the game's great second basemen."This is a very private, personal matter and I greatly appreciate all the support I have received in the past few days from my family, friends and colleagues in baseball," Alomar said in a statement.
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As for the lawsuit, it is filled with lies."Dall said the two began dating in spring 2002 and had unprotected sex for the next four years.
She said that on several occasions during that time, Alomar refused to get tested for HIV, despite showing symptoms, but he finally relented and tested positive for HIV in February 2006.
Dall said she was tested herself; the result was negative.
She said follow-up exams determined that Alomar had full-blown AIDS.