Jared Fogle Arrest RecordsEarly Life and Career
Jared Scott Fogle, a native of Indianapolis is an American former spokesperson for Subway restaurants. He is best known for his fit to fat journey attributed to exercises and a diet of Subway sandwiches.
His stint also featured in the Men’s Health magazine in an article called “Stupid Diets…that work”. Fogle was married to Katie Mclaughlin until 2017. They are now divorced and have two children.
They bragged about losing 245 lb (111 kg) of weight through exercise and Subway sandwiches in monitored proportions. After being hired as the spokesperson for Subway, he also featured in numerous Subway adverts and commercials from 2000 to 2015.
Post his successful advertising campaigns in 2000, Fogle was also parodied on an episode of South Park as a subject titled “Jared Has Aides”.
He has been a part of over 300 commercials, has bagged several opportunities like appearances in WWE 2009 and 2011. Fogle was also a part of the Sharknado movie series. Including a cameo in the Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! Jared even managed to establish a non- profit organization in 2004 called the Jared Foundation.
He was once again in the spotlight as a Subway campaign celebrated a decade of him maintaining his weight loss. The campaign was called “Tour De Pants” that culminated with Fogle donating his pair of pants sized 62-inches (160 cm) to a museum.
The Fall of Fogle
Jared’s cameo in Sharknado 3 was dropped out of the channel broadcast a week before the premier attributing to his house search by the FBI. In 2015, Russell Taylor, the director of Jared Foundation was arrested on the charges of child exploitation, possession of child pornography, and voyeurism and was sentenced 27 years in the federal prison.
While the USA Today reported that the NGO had not given funds for the stated purpose and hasn’t event issued any grants. Moreover, the unaccounted expense, most of which was towards the salary of the executive director raised many eyebrows. The organization was dissolved by The Secretary of State Indiana in February 2012.
In 2007, a Florida based journalist and a radio host pointed out perverted and lewd comments made by Jared Fogle about middle-school-age girls to the state and federal law enforcement agencies.
The radio host Rochelle Herman-Walrond was asked to befriend Jared by the agents and record all their conversations and text messages. The recordings revealed Jared making remarks about having sex with underage girls and even insisting her to install webcams in her children’s rooms for his pleasure.
Authorities found out about the exchange of sexually explicit photos and videos of children as young as 6, between Taylor and Fogle during the former’s investigation.
An investigator raid at Fogle’s residence and removal of computers and all other electronic equipment hit the headlines while Subway severed all ties with Jared Fogle on the same day in every capacity; eventually even removing all references and traces of Fogle from its website.
Post his arrest, authorities even summoned an exchange of text messages between Jared and Cindy Mills – a franchisee of Subway.
These messages revealed Fogle talking about sexually abusing kids from 9 to 16 years old, asking her to arrange a sexual encounter between him and her 16-year-old cousin and also selling herself on Craigslist for sex.
In 2015, Fogle was charged with paying for engaging in sexual acts with a minor aged girl and distribution and exchange of child pornography.
Although Fogle was facing up to 50 years in prison, he pleads not more than 12 and a half years along with a total of $1.4 million in compensation to each victim.
He was finally sentenced to 15 years of prison and ordered him a total fine of $225,000 in addition to the compensation. Fogle is currently serving his 15-year sentence in FCI Englewood. The earliest possible date of release is July 2029.
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