I saw this one coming a mile away. I the wake of the child pornography investigation, Subway is riding themselves of Jared Fogle.

The sandwich franchise’s website posted, ‘Jared’s Journey,’ a section full of Jarod’s weight loss, games, interviews and more. However, they are slowly taking things down. The section now redirects back to the Subway homepage.

Subway has yet to release a statement in the matter. Although I’m sure they will be severing all ties in the next 72 hours.


Things just got real with the guy who lost about two people in weight. Jared Fogle’s home raided by the FBI looking for child pornography.

Find out more down bottom.

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Investigators from the FBI, State Police and Postal Service workers were spotted outside Fogle’s Woods Edge Drive Indiana home.

While officials have not officially released a statement with Fogle’s connection to the investigation, the raid comes about two months after the executive director of Fogle’s Jared Foundation – to encourage children to develop habits of healthy eating and exercise – was arrested on federal child pornography charges.

Taylor was charged with seven counts of production of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography.

A woman that the 47-year-old was texting became concerned when he asked her if she wanted to see pictures of young girls.

Investigators from the Indiana Crimes Against Children Task Force obtained a search warrant for Taylor’s home in the 1300 block of Salem Creek Boulevard and found over 400 videos of child pornography on computers and storage media, which were recovered from Taylor’s home office. According to court documents, four minors have been identified as the victims in the case.

While in the Marion County Jail, the charged attempted suicide. Officials say that he’s doing better after the attempt.

Fogle rose to fame in television commercials for the Subway sandwich chain after losing 235 pounds by eating Subway sandwiches and exercising. Fogle was a 425-pound freshman at Indiana University when he embarked on the unusual diet of turkey and veggie subs in 1998.

Check out the FBI going in, in the gallery above.