Subwayâ€™s Jared Fogle arrest may tarnish his image permanently, photos go viral on social networking sites
Jared Fogle is no longer a Subway spokesperson. His home was raided by law enforcement agencies and though he hasnâ€™t been charged in the case, he has voluntarily stepped down from his regular Subway spokesperson job.
He is a man who seems to have changed the fate of the company and has helped it grow at super fast speed. Every time he does a commercial for the company, the sales go through the roof.
His no fuss persona is attractive to everyone, from the Subway regulars to the company executives who love him immensely for his maturity and understanding of the issues. No company can dream to have a better and more understanding spokesperson/ brand ambassador.
Reports suggest that FBI raided his home and that it was related to the arrest of a former employee of Fogleâ€™s foundation on child pornography charges. Fogle has neither been named, nor charged by FBI till now.
Though he seems to be a clean slate, there are fears that he may have dark past. A Gawker report says, that the raid and the arrest doesnâ€™t come anything like surprise. The report goes on to claim that while in college he used to supply all the porn they could handle. According to a Best Week Ever exclusive from back in 2007, while at Indiana University, Jared ran a black market pornography rental service straight out of his dorm room.
From Best Week Ever:
His porn collection was vast and extensive, and Fogle took his business pretty seriously. A video would run a patron a dollar a day (cheap!), and people would come from all over to take advantage of the deal. Needless to say, Jared had enough porn to keep his customers happy.
But it must be kept in mind that these are sheer allegations and it is going to be a long time before it can be proved.
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