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A hairdresser deliberately infected four men he met through Grindr with HIV before sending them 'mocking and abusive' texts, a court heard.Daryll Rowe is accused of giving four men the virus, and of attempting to infect a further six between October 2015 and December 2016.Rowe, who is originally from Edinburgh, is charged with infecting four men with the virus, Lewes Crown Court heard, and of attempting to infect a further six between October 2015 and December 2016.He was living and working in the Brighton area at the time of the alleged offences.In one message he told a victim: 'I ripped the condom. You didn't even know.' The court heard he then repeated the abuse when he called the victim and laughed out loud down the phone.
She added: “Unfortunately for many of the men he met, his campaign was successful.”Rowe had been diagnosed with HIV while he was still living in Edinburgh in April 2015 after a sexual health clinic contacted him to tell him a former partner was infected.
Caroline Carberry, prosecuting, said Rowe was diagnosed HIV positive in Edinburgh in April 2015 and had initially been taking retroviral drugs to inhibit the virus.
The treatment helps ensure HIV cannot damage the immune system and should mean the likelihood of transmitting the disease is extremely low.
Doctors found he was “coping well” with his diagnosis, said Ms Carberry, but were concerned when he refused vaccination for common illnesses HIV positive patients are susceptible to, such as pneumonia.
They were also worried when he refused antiretroviral drugs to slow the development of the virus and make those infected with HIV less contagious, jurors heard.