The man who led the former Subway spokesperson’s nonprofit and his ex-wife installed cameras in their home to film and photograph the victims without their knowledge.
Jared Fogle was sentenced to 15 years, eight months in prison Thursday for possession and distribution of child pornography and traveling across state lines for commercial sex with a minor.
Katie McLaughlin accuses the company of being “driven by sales rather than the safety of kids.”
Court filing claims the parents should also be named as defendants in lawsuit against the former Subway pitchman.
The beatdown came just two months into the former Subway pitchman's sentence.
It seems like sexuality is the one field with more of an ideological divide than politics. This year there is greater tolerance than ever to the many sexuality identifications and definitions. At the same time, there are many movements that promote failing programs and invisible walls of discrimination.