WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Purdue Exponent) — Purdue men's basketball center Isaac Haas has been accused in a civil lawsuit of infecting a partner with an STD.
Our partners at Purdue Exponent reported the female partner suing Haas for $1 million in damages alleges that Haas lied about having contracted the disease.
Alyssa Chambers, the female partner, claims that she and Haas engaged in a brief sexual relationship on or about May 15, 2017, while both were Purdue students. The partner found out she had been infected two weeks later, according to court documents.
Haas told Chambers he had previously contracted chlamydia but had sought treatment and was clean during their sexual encounter, she alleges. The Purdue big man blamed Purdue University Student Health Services for telling him that he was clean, according to the court filings that included text messages between Haas and Chambers.
Chambers was then contacted by a former partner of Haas, according to the court documents, and was told Haas had not been "formally tested." The former partner told Chambers that she did not find out about Haas' STD until Haas and the former partner were six months into their relationship, according to text messages included in the lawsuit.
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