AIM Takes Quarantined Performers Off Database

SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. — Adult Industry Medical Healthcare has reported that performers who are on quarantine have been removed from its password-protected site where production companies can check test results.

"If you do not see a name of a person you wish to shoot on the site, don't use them, or at least call our office," the AIM news release said.

AIM also is recommending that production managers not accept copies of tests, encouraging companies to call the AIM office to verify performers' test results.

According to AIM, "There are no positive tests from exposures thus far, and AIM does not expect any."

AIM said its Board of Directors will "more than likely" hold a press conference "to clear up rumors and outrageous accusations" later this week.

Representatives of AIM were not available when XBIZ called.