Production Moratorium Called by FSC After Positive HIV Test

CANOGA PARK, Calif.—Free Speech Coalition (FSC) called for a production moratorium today after one of the testing facilities in its PASS testing system reported a possible positive HIV test for an adult performer.

"There was a positive test at one of our testing centers," said FSC CEO Diane Duke. "Confirmatory tests are not yet back but we are taking every precaution to protect performers and to determine if there's been any threat to the performer pool.

"We take the health of our performers very seriously and felt that it was better to err on the side of caution while we determine whether anyone else may have been exposed," she added.

The next steps will be to perform additional tests, determine a timeline and identify any first generation partners.

"We want to make sure all performers are protected. The performers' health and safety is the most important thing," Duke said.

As of this notice and until further notice, FSC calls for all production to halt immediately.

For more information on the moratorium, updates will be posted to the FSC-PASS and the FSC .