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Former Subway Spokesman Jared Fogle Will Reportedly Plead Guilty to Child Porn Charges

Multiple outlets have reported the disgraced weight-loss mascot has entered into a plea agreement weeks after his Indiana home was raided.

Photo of Jared Fogle via Flickr user anna Hanks

UPDATE: According to the AP, Fogle is expected to plead guilty to sex-with-minors charges as well.

Back in July, law enforcement raided the Zionsville, Indiana, home of Subway's famous weight-loss mascot Jared Fogle. Rumors immediately started swirling that it had something to do with the arrest of Russell Taylor, the former head of Fogle's charitable foundation, who was charged with producing more than 500 child porn images in May and tried to kill himself in jail just days later.

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Even before official charges were made, the fast food chain quickly scrubbed Fogle from its site and suspended their relationship with him. It soon seemed like the right move: People eventually came out of the woodwork to claim the man famous for shrinking several pant sizes on a Subway-heavy diet had the habit of, at the very least, making very creepy comments about underage girls. And today, after more than a month of speculation, both Fox and CBS are reporting that Fogle is expected to plead guilty to possession of child pornography.

The US Attorney's Office is supposed to hold a press conference tomorrow further detailing the charges and the plea.

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