CHATSWORTH, Calif.—A crowdsourcing fundraiser has been established at GiveForward.com to assist Cameron Bay, the first of the three adult performers to recently be diagnosed as HIV-positive, with her resulting medical expenses.
The fundraiser was organized by Adult Talent Managers LA (ATMLA) owner Mark Schechter, whose agency represents Bay. On the fundraiser's page, Schechter wrote the following:
"As you all are aware, one of our industry performers, Cameron Bay has recently contracted HIV. In the prior week, following the public announcement and coming forward, Cameron Bay has received an outpouring of sincere thoughts and a tremendous amount of love and support, along with praise for having the courage to come forward as she did so that the entire industry was able to move into action quickly in determining any secondary transmissions, which gratefully there is none. Cameron has been dealt a life changing event, one that could potentially happen to us all, and inspired and impressed many. The necessary medicines that will enable her to live a long and healthy life are very expensive. If you desire to donate funds for the benefit of Cameron, please utilize this fundraising website, all funds go directly to Cameron. On behalf of Cameron, ATMLA and those who have shared their heartfelt thoughts, we thank you and appreciate your sincere donation."
To donate, click here.