Where is Jared Fogle now? Jared From Subway: Catching A Monster trailer breaks the internet

Jared from Subway was an iconic, and ever-present image on American television, especially in the year the 2000s.

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The crime-docuseries always bring wide audiences together from around the world. Every streaming platform releases its own docuseries and showcases what actually was taking place behind the curtains when a crime was taking place. Talking about crime docuseries, the Jeffrey Dahmer story is among the most talked about. However, the story of Subway's Jared Fogle is also not far behind. Investigation Discovery (IG) four days back released the official trailer of the upcoming three-episode docuseries named Jared From Subway: Catching A Monster. Based on the infamous story of Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle, Jared From Subway: Catching A Monster showcases how the popular national fast-food chain hired a man to be their spokesperson who turned out to be a child molester and pleaded guilty for child pornography charges.

Jared from Subway had become a familiar personality and face in America in the 2000s. So, one could imagine the shock and horror, when Americans learned that he was charged with multiple counts including distributing child pornography and child endangerment by the federal authorities. The docuseries named Jared from Subway: Catching a Monster will premiere on Investigation Discovery, or, ID, on March 6, 9 pm, ET. It will also be available to stream on Discovery+ the same day. Now, coming to who is Jared Fogle, where is he now and what he did actually? To know this answer, continue reading-

Who is Jared Fogle?

Jared from Subway was an iconic, and ever-present image on American television, especially in the year the 2000s. In the year 2000, Subway - the popular national fast-food chain hired a man named Jared Fogle to be their spokesperson. It was in the ‘90s that Fogle had reportedly lost more than 240 pounds by consuming Subway sandwiches as a part of his weight loss regime. For almost a decade, Jared from Subway pitched for its sandwiches on television and became part of American pop culture. However, years later it was revealed that Fogle harbored a sinister secret.

Jared From Subway: Catching A Monster documentary by ID will showcase the findings by journalist Rochelle Herman, a single mother, who worked with the FBI, and investigated Fogle.She also revealed the many secret recordings of Jared’s disturbing confessions. The show will also bring to light the charges against Jared’s business partner, and the Executive Director of a charity The Jared Foundation – Russell Taylor. This investigation subsequently led to the raid at Fogle’s house and the uncovering of child pornography. In 2015, Jared Fogle ultimately pleaded guilty to ‘child pornography charges as well as charges related to travel for the purpose of engaging in illicit sexual conduct with a minor.’ He is currently facing 15 years in prison based on these charges. He will also be under lifetime supervised released once he finishes his prison term.

Jared Fogle's crimes

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As per US media reports, Jared Scott Fogle is former spokesman for Subway restaurants. Fogle appeared in Subway's advertising campaigns from 2000 to 2015 when he publicly became the subject of a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigation. The FBI probe led to him being convicted of child sex tourism and possessing child pornography. In 2004, Fogle established the Jared Foundation, a nonprofit organization focused on raising awareness about childhood obesity through educational programs and tools provided to parents, schools, and community organizations. However, in 2015, it was reported that the Jared Foundation had not issued any grants nor had it given funds for its stated purpose. On April 29, 2015, Russell Taylor, director of the Jared Foundation, was arrested at his Indianapolis home on charges of child exploitation, possession of child pornography, and voyeurism. Fogle severed all ties with him immediately following the arrest.

During the investigation into Russell Taylor's child pornography operation, authorities discovered that Taylor had traded sexually explicit photos and videos of children, some as young as six, with Fogle. Taylor, who was sentenced to 27 years in prison, was later named an unindicted co-conspirator in the FBI's case against Fogle. "What we found in Russell Taylor's home and on his computers led us to Jared Fogle," said Tim Horty, a spokesman for the United States Department of Justice as reported by US media.

On July 7, 2015, the FBI and Indiana State Police investigators raided Fogle's Zionsville, Indiana, residence and arrested him on distribution and receipt of child pornography charges; computers and other electronic equipment were removed from his home. The same day, a spokesperson for Subway announced that the company and Fogle had mutually agreed to suspend their business relationship; subsequently, Subway removed all references to Fogle from its website.

Following Fogle's arrest, the FBI also subpoenaed a series of text messages made in 2008 between Fogle and Subway franchisee Cindy Mills, with whom he was having a sexual relationship at the time. In these messages, Fogle talked about sexually abusing children ranging in age from nine to 16. It is pertinent to mention here that Mills's lawyer said that she had alerted Subway's corporate management about the text messages, but they had responded that because Fogle was not a Subway employee, there was no violation. Subway representatives said they had no record of Mills's allegations.

Where is Jared Fogle now?

As per reports, Jared Fogle is currently serving more than 15 years of incarceration in federal prison on those charges in Colorado. He faces lifetime supervised release, once he completes his prison sentence.