Seth Dickens Makes Statement About HIV Quarantine

Tod Hunter
CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Performer Seth Dickens today issued a statement saying that he is on the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare quarantine list and is looking for work as a production manager until the quarantine is lifted.

"I just want to be clear, I NEVER work unless I — and my partner — have a current valid AIM test," Dickens said in the statement. "For anyone that thinks I am calling around to work as talent, that is not true. The truth is, I am working as a production manager in order to pay the bills, that’s why I call around."

XBIZ spoke to Dickens on the telephone and confirmed the statement.

The current HIV quarantine started after "Patient Zero" had an HIV-positive test come back to AIM on June 6. AIM has removed the quarantined performers from its active database while they remain on quarantine.

AIM has not publicly identified Patient Zero or the quarantined performers on the contact list.