McLaughlin claims that Subway had been warned about Fogle’s deviant behavior by various people at least three times, in 2004, 2008 and again in 2011.
Earlier today, appearing on CBS This Morning, McLaughlin (formerly Katie Fogle) once again took Subway to the woodshed in a damning new interview with Anna Werner where she discussed her lawsuit.
Speaking publicly for the first time since her ex-husband began being investigated by the FBI, McLaughlin said, “You could look up every word in a dictionary or thesaurus for ‘horrible’ and none of them describe what this year has been like.”
McLaughlin also said that she only found out about the severity of Fogle’s crimes when the FBI appeared at her house to investigate her ex-husband.
“Did you even understand what was happening?” Werner asked.
“No. No, I didn’t understand any of it to be honest,” McLaughlin said. “I mean you just — you float out of yourself because the FBI shouldn’t be in your house.”
As for why she is suing Subway, “I feel like for all of these kids, that Subway owes them some answers about what they knew, when they knew it, was there ever an investigation done. It’s time for them to answer some questions about this.”
CBS tried to get a comment from Subway, but was denied…
Subway told us it had no comment on the lawsuit. But in a statement to media outlets last year, the company said an internal investigation found the 2011 complaint to its website was “serious,” but “there was nothing that implied anything about sexual behavior or criminal activity” involving Fogle.
Perhaps they should have looked a little harder.