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GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL

No jail for “No Angels” singer in HIV rap.

Nadja Benaissa, a member of the popular German girl band, won’t be heading to prison despite being found guilty of having unprotected sex with men and failing to inform them she was HIV positive.

A court in Germany spared the 28-year-old of jail time, and instead sentenced her to a two-year suspended sentence, according to the German news agency, ddp.

Benaissa was on trial for grievous bodily harm and attempted aggravated assault.

The one-time pop star was tried in juvenile court because the sexual encounters began when she was 17, which is also the age she was when she learned she had HIV after a pregnancy test.

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