College Basketball Star Facing $1 Million Lawsuit For Allegedly Lying About STD

Purdue basketball star Isaac Haas has been named in a $1 million lawsuit. According to the lawsuit filed by Alyssa Chambers, Haas lied about having an STD before a “brief sexual encounter” and she was ultimately infected with herpes. The lawsuit was filed in Tippecanoe Circuit Court.
Haas allegedly told Chambers that he was successfully treated for chlamydia but that he did not have an STD at the time of their encounter.
According to the Journal & Courier:

Chambers’ notice of civil tort filing indicates she did not have sexual relations with anyone but Haas between May 15 and June 7, 2017, the date of her diagnosis with herpes.

Chambers received a text from another woman, possibly Millsaps, who alleged Haas had infected “a number of other individuals,” according to the exhibits filed with the lawsuit.

There are plenty of layers to the lawsuit.
Last season, the Boilermakers big man received All-Big Ten Conference honors. His season ended early, however, after suffering a fractured elbow in the opening game of the 2018 NCAA Tournament.
Purdue, a No. 2 seed in the East Regional, advanced to the Sweet 16 with wins over Cal State Fullerton and Butler before ultimately falling to No. 3 seed Texas Tech.

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