A worker from Comerica Park who is The accusation of spitting on the pizza dough has been proven and is free of infectious diseases, the Wayne County Attorney's Office said Tuesday.

Jaylon Juwan Kerley, 20, of Roseville, was examined on September 27 at the Macomb County Health Department and waived his right to privacy with respect to the test results, the prosecutor's office said. The results show that it was negative for any sexually transmitted disease, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis.

Authorities allege that Kerley spat out a pizza he was preparing and covered his saliva with pizza sauce while working at the Tigers baseball stadium on September 21. The incident was captured in a video and was reported to the police by Comerica Park's security chief.

Kerley, who was fired, is charged with one count of food law violations, a four-year felony and one count of food law violations, a misdemeanor of 90 days.

It is scheduled for an appearance of information at 9 a.m. from October 17.

Kerley was required to undergo the disease test as a condition of his bond.

"The Wayne County District Attorney's office has been inundated with phone calls from the public since our announcement of the charges in this case, specifically asking whether the defendant has certain infectious diseases," prosecutor Kym Worthy said in a statement. "We understand that concern and facilitated the accelerated testing of the accused."

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