Jared Fogle’s Ex-Wife Is Suing Subway, Claiming They Knew Jared Was A Pedophile For A DECADE
Subway Jared is coming up on a full year in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to receive child pornography and traveling to have sex with minors. He has 14 more years to go.
Katie McLaughlin, Fogle’s former wife of five years, divorced her husband immediately after the FBI raided her home in July of 2015. She received $7 million in the settlement, where she claimed that Jared was a shitty father who “did not play much of a role in the day-to-day lives of the children.”
McLaughlin now is rightfully taking aim at Subway, claiming that the sandwich giant knew of their star spokesperson was a pedophile long before he was arrested.
Court papers filed last week claim that back in 2004, a senior exec at Subway received a complaint that Fogle had approached a young girl at a Vegas promotional event and solicited a sex act, according to TMZ.
But that wasn’t the only time Subway turned a blind eye. Fox 59 claims that on at least three occasions, Subway received complaints about Jared’s lewd behavior, and not once made a move to reconcile the situation. One of them occurred back in 2008 when a Subway franchise owner in Florida named Cindy Mills informed the Subway CEO at the time (Jeff Moody) by phone call about inappropriate comments Fogle made about children.
“Driven by sales rather than the safety of kids, Subway sent its senior public relations manager to ask Jared and the franchisee owner, rather than the victim, about the incident,” the documents say. Despite their knowledge of his sexual interest in children, they continued to promote their “star spokesman.”
Kathleen claims she is suing because Subway allegedly made a decision in 2015 to market Jared as a family man, using her and their two children’s likeness in an animated commercial, knowing all too well Jared was a fuckface.
McLaughlin filed court documents for five counts, including invasion of privacy /misappropriation of likeness, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence, negligence per se, and right of publicity.
Check out how sickening this commercial comes off now.