She knew he had sex with other people during their relationship, and based on the information shared, there is nothing to indicate he knowingly exposed her to HIV. UFC 264 Poirier vs McGregor 3 shirt is grounds for a criminal case in some places (should she have contracted the virus), as well as civil. At this point, it seems unlikely she even contracted the virus from him. I’m not seeing where he has knowingly caused her any harm that would merit a court case or how litigation privilege is relevant. Beyond her needing to open a case in family law to have a signed parenting plan regarding their mutual child, which would need to be done regardless of their relationship issues and his health, I can’t determine any basis for this to otherwise be involved in the judicial system.HIV isn’t all that easy to contract, and it’s certainly not the only virus that is communicable via shared bodily fluids. It’s far less common than hepatitis, which is much easier to contract. That said, whether it’s HIV or hepatitis (B&C), the relationship here is a father and a 7 month old baby. These viruses are spread via sex and shared hypodermic use. HIV is not spread via saliva, vomit, feces, snot, tears, sweat, or urine. The likelihood of dad transmitting HIV to his daughter is pretty close to zero, unless there is other nefarious stuff going on, which would be a much bigger issue, no disease needed.
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My point is, the emotional part of this- the damage and pain from being in a toxic relationship, the hurt and betrayal from being cheated on and mistreated, has zero to do with UFC 264 Poirier vs McGregor 3 shirt and visitation. Trying to use that in a family court case wouldn’t be helpful as it could certainly paint emotional instability as well as the inability to co-parent. It also looks bad and discriminatory to demand supervised visits, especially when they weren’t happening before, based on a medical condition that isn’t impacting dad’s ability to care for his child.The court doesn’t care about your emotions, only tangible harm to the child in question and status quo. Her being in a relationship with someone who cheated on her or has an illness has no relevance in the courtroom. To approach this situation like that has the potential to hurt her far worse than help.It’s unfortunate that HIV has been around for so long and deeply studied, and there is clearly quite a bit of misinformation and discrimination surrounding it still. It’s definitely not a good look, certainly not in a courtroom.
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