Actor from Supergirl Says He Almost Died Eating at Chipotle

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The stock hasn't taken much of a downturn on this news, probably because the food poisoning in question didn't happen to an A list star. One of the supporting actors on the CW show Supergirl, Jeremy Jordan, says he 'almost died' after eating at Chipotle. He was violently ill and needed to be hospitalized. Here's Jeremy reporting in from the hospital, looking rather grim. In a cryptic note to his fans on Twitter, Jeremy wrote, "I just died."

In the full video, which has all but been wiped clean from the internet, Jeremy said
"I know I’ve advocated for them in the past, but they’re terrible. I, as you can see, am in the hospital. I have fluids in my arm because the food did not agree with me and I almost died. I just want to thank my wife for being amazing and talking me off the ledge when I was on the phone about to die and for holding my hair back metaphorically."
He concluded: "I love all of you; thank you so much. It’s been a night." Chipotle responded to the non-A list actor with a short statement, denying any involvement in the hospitalization and projectile vomiting of a certain Jeremy M. Jordan.
“There have been no other reported claims of illness at the restaurant where (Jordan) dined. We take all claims seriously, but we can’t confirm any link to Chipotle, given the details he shared with us.”
Shares of CMG are down 26% for the year and nearly 60% since the spate of food poisonings began several years ago.


everything1 Nov 13, 2017 5:43 PM Permalink

If no one else got sick he can't prove anything and nobody will believe him.  If you eat out you take risks, just imagine all the unreported food borne illness, I stopped eating out after getting up on what is going on with the food chains.

brain dead american Nov 13, 2017 4:24 PM Permalink

Remember the tv show on Fox, "the OC" and the actors had never fucking driven down the 405 to the OC? This drama queen needs to go to Thailand and drink some beer, eat some fried maggots, grasshoppers, a scorpion and meet some real women.

any_mouse Nov 13, 2017 4:14 PM Permalink

An actor got sick. Isn't that special?

Also, an Actor. Playing a role. In a smear campaign against anti-GMO Chipotle.

Actors always are acting, unless otherwise proven.

GMOs, created by profit seeking Corporations, who always have The People's interests at heart.

Oh, wait, Corporations have no heart, no soul.

Dickweed Wang Nov 13, 2017 3:38 PM Permalink

What does Chipolte expect to happen when their "diversity program" insists they hire people that come from 3rd world shitholes where people actually wipe their ass with their hand, hmmm?? About 10 years ago there was a related issue with tomatoes grown in Mexico that were found to have fecal contamination that caused 1000's of people in the USA to get sick (thank you NAFTA!!).  The official story was they couldn't find the source of the contamination on the tomatoes but everyone on the inside knew damn well it came from the farm workers that routinely shit in the fields and use their hands to wipe themselves.

tion Dickweed Wang Nov 13, 2017 5:48 PM Permalink

I rarely eat out, but I love Chipotle and am a fully fledged burrito killer.  Their food has never made me feel unwell, unlike almost all other fastfood.  But their apathetic young employees (of all colors) have a penchance for violating food safety standards that they have most certainly been trained on, and they dump the leftover bits in the old bins on top of the food into new bins, and dump new bins into partially full old bins of food, almost all the time.  They really need to institute a zero tolerance policy towards this.  The closest Chipotle is now over three hours away :*(

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dangerb407 Nov 13, 2017 3:22 PM Permalink

Monsanto needs to step up their game and hire multiple people to claim that they got sick at the same restaurant!    It wouldn't be just one person unless the preparer stuck the burrito up their a** before serving it to him!!

Debt-Is-Not-Money dangerb407 Nov 13, 2017 6:02 PM Permalink

I think the operative word here is MONSANTO, but not initially as you suggest.Think back, way back (it's difficult but try) when did Chipotles problems begin? Right after they started advertising they would be using Non-GMO food!!!It wasn't long after that that the first cases of E-Coli showed up, and didn't O'Bama have a Monsatan member in his cabinet?This is right out of the Bill Klinton playbook which was how Tyson "bought-out' a packing house competitor (Hudson Foods) for pennies on the dollar back in the mid 1990's after replacing his Ag Sec after getting his first one to resign as a result of {wait for it now} E-Coli sickness and deaths.These "people" don't care how many of us Goy they sicken or kill!P.S.: I have never owned Chipotle stock or eaten in one of their restaurants. 

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