An HIV positive man has been committed to stand trial for
placing two people at risk of serious injury by having
unprotected sex with them.
Adam Randall, 36, is accused of eight charges including
failing to inform a boy and a man that he was HIV positive
prior to having unprotected sex with them.
He is also charged with sexually abusing the boy, who was
aged under 16, between January 2008 and October 2011.
Randall is accused of soliciting or procuring the boy for
He is also charged with making child pornography relating to
the same boy.
Randall works as a male prostitute, but the charges do not
relate to his work, Melbourne Magistrates Court heard.
Randall shook his head and replied: "Not guilty" when asked
The child pornography charges related to Randall and the boy
attending a Melbourne sex club and being filmed there, the
Both Randall and the boy were given a copy of the digital
movie, it is alleged.
Randall was committed to stand trial in the Victorian County
Court and will face a directions hearing on December 3.
He is expected to plead guilty to charges that will be
finalised in the Magistrates Court.
The charges include operating a brothel in his private
residence without a permit or licence and working as a sex
worker while infected with HIV.