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Jared Fogle Is Suing Parents of His Pornography Victim


JaredFogleThe disgraced Subway spokesman Jared Fogle plans to sue the parents of one of his victims from behind barsIn a motion filed in an Indiana federal court, Fogle blames the parents’ divorce for the victim’s current mental problems.

In a lawsuit filed earlier this year, the girl’s parents claimed she became suicidal after learning that she was one of the girls who was unknowingly filmed by him and another woman while she changed clothes at his home.

Fogel plans to countersue. In court paperwork, he blames her parents who his attorneys called by their initials in recent filings.

“B.T. and J.T. maintained a hateful and abusive relationship toward each other, which included, but was not limited to, engaging in frequent fighting and arguing between themselves; abusing alcohol and getting drunk; and engaging in frequent fighting, physical abuse, and arguing with Jane Doe, which caused Jane Doe to suffer from emotional distress, anxiety, and major depression before she learned of any allegations [about Fogle and accomplice Russell Taylor],” his lawyers argued in a lawsuit obtained by The Daily Mail.

The response has been justifiably brutal:

Fogle pleaded guilty to one count of distribution and receipt of child pornography and one count of traveling to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor. Fogle reportedly traveled to New York City where he allegedly paid to engage in sexual acts with minors. He was sentenced to 15 and 1/2 years in prison.


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