Adult Performer Tex Davidson Announces COVID-19 Infection, Hospitalization

Sunday May 17, 2020

Gay adult star Tex Davidson announced last week that he was infected with COVID-19 and has been hospitalized in a Texas hospital.

Davidson tweeted about his health status while recovering at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas.

The former Raging Stallion-TitanMen performer is the first adult male performer to publicly disclosed their hospitalization with COVID-19, the NSFW website The Sword reported last Wednesday.

In the tweet below, he writes of how he suffered a seizure the previous week, then a stroke that Friday. That Wednesday, he received confirmation he tested positive for COVID19.

"It's no joke people, STAY HOME!" Davidson wrote.

In the weeks prior to his diagnosis, Davidson said he had "taken this serious from day 1," wore a mask and stayed home until he had to go back to work. "Take this serious people," he emphasized.

Fortunately, Davidson is on his way to recovery after being treated with Remdesivir, the antiviral medication that has shown to be successful in treating COVID-19.

Yesterday, Davidson told one fan that it was his "best day thus far," and on Thursday wrote he woke up "feeling full of life" thanks to the Remdesivir.

He also had harsh words for the New York City men who got together for the :so-called "coronarave" earlier this month for which social distancing practices were ignored, calling them "selfish party goers" and their behavior "downright disgusting."

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