Woman writes scathing letter to athlete she claims gave her chlamydia

Oct 29, 2015 at 12:20 a.m. ET
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An anonymous letter posted in a University of Michigan bathroom claims that a star safety for the school's football team gave her a sexually transmitted disease.

The letter — posted in a women's bathroom — seems to claim that he gave her chlamydia more than once.

"To Jabrill Ahmad Peppers," starts the letter. "Thank you for giving me Chlamydia AGAIN… I cannot stomach to see your face again knowing that you're affecting other young women unbeknownst to them, which as you may know, is a felony."

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The anonymous writer goes on to give details about Peppers' STD testing schedule and sexual history. "Never would I have thought you to be this terrible of a person. I thought I knew you. Hahaha I thought WRONG! I would never play with anyone's health, and their reproductive health at that."


The long letter is a stark reminder that not knowing someone's sexual history can be seriously detrimental to your health. But, of course, short of using condoms that show someone's STD status (a real thing), you have to trust that the person you're with will 'fess up when asked.

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And, sadly, it seems that there are plenty of men and women who are willing to keep it a secret in the name of pleasure.

The writer of the open letter to Peppers has yet to come forward, but she does have a special wish for her former flame. "I hope you rot in hell," she wrote in closing. "I don't wish too hard though because you're sending yourself down that road all by yourself. Have a nice life. See you in hell. Since you love to burn so much."

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