October 08, 1999 12:00pm
SABRINA'S TEST RUSHING. Producer: Minimal HIV Risk For Johnson
by: Scott Batson
(OCEANSIDE, CA) -- The producer of Sabrina Johnson's forthcoming Gang Bang 2000 says it may not be very likely that she turns up HIV positive, following recent work with veteran adult star Tony Montana - who has tested positive for the virus.
"She had a two day window," says Fleshtone Productions chief Danny Carelli, who was en route back from the East Coast Video Show when the news broke of Montana's positive test for HIV and was unavailable for comment this morning.
He says Johnson did a strictly oral sex scene with Montana on Sept. 3 - two days after she was tested for HIV last. She's apparently been tested since and the tests are being rushed for results.
"The test is being rushed to Belgium so we can do a DNA/PCR and know by the end of next week for sure," Carelli says, adding that the Adult Industry Medical HealthCare Foundation (AIM) has told Fleshtone they're certain Johnson wouldn't be afflicted but aren't willing to take chances.
Johnson, Obsession, and Aurora have been quarantined from adult film work temporarily until they're cleared of any HIV infection possibility, since the Montana results came back.
How did Johnson take the news? "She took it a lot better than I would have," Carelli says. "I think she's going to be okay. Unless she was bleeding in her gums or her mouth, her risk was really, really minimal."
Johnson, too, had spent the past week and a half appearing at ia2000 and the East Coast Video Show promoting the forthcoming Gang Bang 2000, a live New Year's Eve Webcast produced by Fleshtone.