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Monday, October 24, 2016

Ind. Courts - "Jared Fogle's ex-wife alleges Subway knew of his 'depravities'"

A few quotes from Madeline Buckley's Indianapolis Star story this afternoon:

The ex-wife of Jared Fogle is suing Subway, claiming the sandwich chain knew of their spokesman's "depravities."

Attorneys for Katie McLaughlin, Fogle's ex-wife, filed a lawsuit against Subway on her behalf in Hamilton Superior Court on Monday. Fogle is serving nearly 16 years in a federal prison for child pornography convictions. * * *

Subway turned Jared's family into a marketing tool, suit says, and used likenesses without their consent.

"Subway's ambition for sales and growth" came at expense of his wife and children, suit alleges. * * *

McLaughlin and her attorneys, from the firm, Church, Church, Hittle + Antrim, were holding a press conference Monday afternoon in Noblesville to unveil the details of the complaint.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on October 24, 2016 02:41 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts