Tony Perkins, an Indiana man accused of exposing as many as 100 women to the AIDS virus through unprotected sex, has pleaded guilty to exposing two partners to the virus.
State health records reveal that Perkins knew he was HIV-positive. "The state law states that if you do have AIDS, you have to disclose it to any of your sexual partners. He has admitted, and he actually was somewhat remorseful about it, but at the same time, he blames a woman for giving it to him," said Greenwood, Ind., police chief Joe Pitcher.
Pitcher tells AOL News his department will file 24 more felony counts against Perkins. Police believe he may have had unprotected sex with scores of women since he contracted HIV in 2004.