Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Subway Sandwich Scandal: Spokes Person Jared Fogle To Plead Guilty In Child Pornography Charges

Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle
Do you remember this guy? He made claims to convince America that they could lose weight eating sandwiches from Subway sandwich franchises located across the U.S.  Do you recognize him yet? He was chronicled in add campaigns for Subway sandwich shops for a period of some years. Influenced by this guy, people ran out far and wide to savor these (not so great tasting) sandwiches in hopes to slim down, despite the carbs in the processed white bread and sodium in the processed meat. Did it work? The verdict is still out on that one.

Now Jared Fogle has traded in his sandwich hat and alleged weight loss for a more serious offense that has much to do with child pornography.Sources say that Fogle will accept a plea deal, and the U.S. Attorney's Office will hold a press conference to discuss the deal and charges against Fogle.

Fogle During Weight Loss Campaign


Subway immediately issued statements saying, "We have already ended our relationship with Jared and have no further comment." 

Charges came after federal agents raided Fogle's Zionville's home in Boone County, Indianapolis in early July. FBI sources confirmed state and federal investigators were serving warrants at his home in connection with child pornography. Several computers and DVD's were seized from Fogle's home.


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