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The beatdown came just two months into the former Subway pitchman's sentence.
While the story isn't yet finished being written, Jared is heading to a place where there are no $5 footlong subs. There are also no private jets and little privacy to speak of. But there will be bars, walls, fences, and prison guards with guns patrolling the perimeter.
Former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle is now behind bars.
By Susan Guyett INDIANAPOLIS, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Former Subway sandwich chain pitchman Jared Fogle on Thursday was sentenced
Prosecutors are seeking a 12 ½-year sentence, while Fogle's attorneys have asked for five years.
Subway sticks to its claims in a tightly worded way.
Paul Heroux is a state representative from Massachusetts on the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security. Paul
Former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle will be pleading guilty in an Indiana federal court to charges of distribution and receipt of child pornography and traveling in interstate commerce to engage in unlawful commercial sex acts with minors. The following are some questions and answers about what's going on in that case and what to expect as it proceeds.
Federal prosecutors allege former subway spokesperson Jared Fogle paid for sex with minors and received child pornography produced by the former director of Fogle’s charitable foundation.