Roberto Alomar's Wife Accuses Him of Endangering Her With HIV Infection
In papers filed, Pilar claims that Alomar, "intentionally, with corrupt intent, concealed from [her] his physical condition" in order to convince Pilar to have unprotected sex with him.
Last year, Alomar faced a lawsuit from Ilya Dall, a former girlfriend, who accused Alomar of having unprotected sex with her while knowingly having HIV. At the time, Sandy Alomar, Roberto's father and former major leaguer, expressed doubt over the situation. That lawsuit was settled last May. Pilar defended Alomar at the time.
According to Pilar's allegations, Alomar "knew prior to his first sexual contact with [her] that he was HIV-positive." Pilar alleges that Alomar lied about the illness, claiming that he had been tested and was clean. According to the lawsuit, she learned after the wedding that those were lies, gaining "conclusive proof" that he was HIV-positive. The filing also says Pilar would never have married Alomar if she had known the truth.
She has "not contracted the virus to date but uncertainty still exists due to the delay in the onset of the virus."
Alomar denied having AIDS in an interview with the New York Post last year, saying, "I don't talk about my personal life, but I don't have that disease."
Alomar played 17 seasons, earning All-Star nods in 12 of them and two World Series championships.