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Real World star Danny Roberts opens up about living with HIV and the costar he turned to for support

“You may remember Danny Roberts from The Real World: New Orleans back in 2000. He was the charismatic, handsome — and remarkably rational — gay man who inadvertently became a poster child for the movement against the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy that banned gays from openly serving in the military. Roberts more or less retreated from the public eye after his trip through the MTV reality machine. Now 41… he is also living with HIV — something he’s revealing publicly for the first time exclusively to Entertainment Weekly…

“Fortunately, Roberts has been “undetectable” since his diagnosis, which means that a person’s viral load is so low it can’t be measured by a blood test and, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that the virus can’t be sexually transmitted from one person to another.”

Read more at Entertainment Weekly.

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