Police: HIV positive man arrested, accused of spreading virus to partners
The other victim who came forward said she was with Kraham from 2008 to 2010. Similar to the other victim, he wore a condom at first but they began having unprotected sex after about a year, she said. This victim talked with Fox 25 on Thursday, but wanted her identity concealed.
"I really thought I could trust him, and I did," she said.
The victim says Kraham never seemed sick and she had no idea he had HIV. Now she and another victim have both filed lawsuits against Kraham. The lawsuit document says Kraham's actions "were so extreme and outrageous as to go beyond all the possible bounds of decency and would be considered atrocious and utterly intolerable in a civilized society".
"He thinks he can get away with just doing this to people and not care about what the repercussions are," the victim said.
Victims say the entire situation is devastating. The woman that spoke to Fox 25 says so far, no victims have tested positive for HIV. That's something she considers a miracle.
"Anybody who has had contact with him needs to come forward, needs to call police, needs to get tested," she said.Kraham was arrested on two counts of engaging in conduct likely to transfer HIV as well as two counts of using a computer to violate Oklahoma State Statutes. Police say medical records prove Kraham does have HIV.