The beginning of the end happened for Jared Fogle, when he fired Russell Taylor, the Executive Director of Fogle’s charity; apparently Taylor had “kiddie” porn on his computer.
Perhaps that dude wasn’t the only one into the younguns!
It looks like Fogle may have been pulling a Weiner on a 16-year old.
According to TV Guide,
The texts are between Fogle and a former Subway franchisee who reported the texts to Subway’s corporate office at the time, the franchisee’s attorney tells Business Insider. Subway says it has no records of her report.
The messages, which are from 2008, include Fogle encouraging the woman, with whom he was in a relationship at the time, to advertise herself for sex with other men on Craigslist and asking her if he can watch, according to Business Insider, which has viewed the messages. He also asks the woman to float the idea of a threesome with her cousin, who was underage at the time, and refers to paying $100 to have sex with a 16-year-old. (The age of consent in Indiana, where Fogle lives, is 16.)
When Fogle fired a high-positioned member of his charity for having child pornography on his PC, one had to figure Fogle wouldn’t be too far behind.
And Subway treated Fogle like a the NAACP treats Republicans…no mention of the man on their website. Like they can make the former fat boy go away.
How are fans of Jared handling it? It might surprise you. According to Business Insider, there are those who are mad at Subway.
Hundreds of people are blasting the company on Facebook for distancing itself from Fogle when he hasn’t been arrested or charged with any crimes.
Others said they support Subway’s decision to end the relationship, but won’t eat there anymore due to the investigation, which is allegedly linked to a child-pornography investigation.
“If you end your relationship with Jared I’ll end my family relationship with Subway,” wrote Facebook user Helen Conforti.