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Former Subway Spokesman Jared Fogle Will Admit To Possession of Child Pornography Charges

August 19, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Former Subway Spokesman Jared Fogle Will Admit To Possession of Child Pornography Charges

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The New York Daily News is reporting disgraced Subway spokesman Jared Fogel will plead guilty on Wednesday to possession of child pornography, just weeks after the FBI raided his home in Indiana.

The plea deal would complete Fogle’s fall from grace, going from the face of the “Subway” franchise after losing 245 lbs to prison

Federal prosecutors have not confirmed the reports of the reported plea deal.
However, according to Fox59 News, federal prosecutors are planning a news conference, where they will announce details of the plea deal, which will include a confession to possessing child pornography.

Subway ended the 15-year association with Fogle, 37, last month following the incriminating 11-hour sweep of his home in the upscale Indianapolis suburb.

“We no longer have a relationship with Jared and have no further comment,” Subway tweeted Tuesday evening.

Once mobile forensics van seized evidence from the home, the former Subway spokesman has since been left in legal limbo.

During the July raid in Zionsville, Ind., the FBI and Indiana state police seized several computers and DVDs from the home of the married dad.

Investigators arrived with a warrant after the former head of Fogle’s charitable foundation was arrested earlier this year on similar charges.

Russell Taylor had more than 500 vile images of children in his possession when taken into custody, officials said.

Taylor unsuccessfully tried to kill himself while behind bars in May. He remains jailed on eight counts of child pornography.

Shortly after the raid, a one-time Florida TV journalist emerged with allegations of creepy comments made by Fogle about underage girls.

“Middle-school girls are hot,” she quoted him as saying several times.

The woman insisted that Fogle made even more repulsive remarks, but she refused to provide details.

Attorney Elberger insisted that his client was looking forward to “the conclusion of the investigation” after the July raid.

Fogle gained national renown after the company learned of his amazing weight loss while a student at Indiana University.

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