U.S. Olympian Darren Chiacchia has been cleared of 2010 felony charges alleging that he did not inform a former sexual partner that he was HIV positive. The online docket for Marion County, Florida confirms that the charges...» Read More!
One of the perks of teaching riding lessons is that I can see students of all ages and experience levels fuel their insatiable and – dare I say it? – insane desire to learn everything...» Read More!
A wonderful weekend to you, EN! I’m currently in non-stop party mode, and I hope that you’ll join me. Yesterday was my 34th birthday, which I spent doing my three favorite things: sleeping, eating and...» Read More!
…is that everyone else decides they need to report it. I had a history teacher in high school who told me that the media is filled with the laziest people on the planet and...» Read More!
The New York Times has just published an article about Darren’s arrest and felony charge. The article presents a thorough description and discussion of the case from each side’s perspective. *Read the full New York Times...» Read More!
Darren Chiacchia spoke with a local Buffalo, NY news station about the charges that he had sex with a partner without disclosing that he was HIV positive. *Warning: accident video included* Read Darren’s full interview....» Read More!
Olympian Darren Chiacchia had a plea of not guilty entered on his behalf Tuesday to felony charges of not disclosing that he was HIV positive to a sexual partner. Prosecutors charged Darren with a first degree...» Read More!
The world’s top event riders and their celebrity alternate identities… you be the judge! Phillip Dutton vs. Roger Federer (tennis) Olympic Gold Medallist Olympic Gold Medallist Lost count of number of USEA Lost count of number...» Read More!
If you just came back from a three-week hike in the Sahara and didn’t take along a computer with a wireless card, click here and scroll down for full information on Darren Chiacchia’s arrest last...» Read More!
John posted the complete police report earlier tonight (scroll down), and it is quite lengthy. To spare y’all some time, I will hit the highlights here. (NOTE: I am only using terms “suspect” and “victim” as...» Read More!