Jeremy Jordan
Jeremy Jordan’s recent hospitalization may have nothing to do with eating at Chipotle. Pictured: Jordan at The Broadhurst Theatre on Apr. 26, 2016 in New York City. Getty Images/Dave Kotinsky

Chipotle is denying any involvement in Jeremy Jordan’s recent hospitalization.

Last week, the “Supergirl” star uploaded an Instagram Story that also served as a PSA, where he encouraged his followers to not dine at Chipotle. According to the actor, he was rushed to the hospital after the food he ordered at the fast food chain almost caused his death.

But a spokeswoman for Chipotle told Bloomberg said that there was no direct connection to what happened to Jordan since there have been no other similar incidences reported. The spokeswoman also revealed that they reached out to Jordan and asked which Chipotle branch he visited.

After Jordan uploaded his version of the story, Chipotle also released a statement to People revealing their next steps. “We are sorry to hear that Jeremy is sick and have attempted to get in touch with him directly regarding where and when he ate so we can look into this. We take all claims seriously, but at this time we can’t confirm any link to Chipotle. We are always committed to making things right for our guests and will do the same for Jeremy when we are able to reach him,” they said.

After a quick investigation was done, the spokeswoman said, “We were able to confirm that there were no reports of illness, all employees were healthy, and that all food protocols were followed and logged.”

However, even though Chipotle denied any direct connection to what happened to Jordan, they still suffered a massive loss in stocks. On Monday, the burrito chain’s shares dropped to as much as 5.9 percent. This figure is the lowest level incurred by Chipotle in five years.

According to Bloomberg, Chipotle has been trying to restore their reputation in the past year, especially after a video of a mice at a Dallas branch went viral. There was also a norovirus incident in Virginia that destroyed the chain’s name. Earlier this year, Chipotle also suffered a data breach that hurt its earnings and triggered another stocks slump. Over 400 branches of Chipotle were also affected by this year’s hurricanes.