LOS ANGELES (AP) — The advocacy group for the adult film industry has announced another moratorium on filming after an actor tested positive for HIV.
The Free Speech Coalition's announcement on Friday comes more than two weeks after it called for a moratorium when an actress received a positive test.
The work ban was lifted about a week later when all performers who worked with the actress, who worked under the name Cameron Bay, were medically cleared.
The coalition didn't identify the second infected actor on Friday, but said it didn't believe the actor was infected on a film set.
This week an actor, who goes by the name Rod Daily, and is in an off-screen relationship with Bay, wrote on his Twitter account that he contracted HIV in the past month.