Disgraced Subway pitchman Jared Fogle is paying his victims
Jared Fogle, the former Subway pitchman who plead guilty to sex acts with minors and distributing child pornography, has paid 10 of his 14 victims $1 million total in restitution.
The New York Times reported Friday that Fogle will pay the last four victims $100,000 each ahead of his sentencing, which is scheduled for Nov. 19, according to federal prosecutor Steven DeBrota in an interview with the Times.
DeBrota told the publication that the money to victims could be used for them to receive counseling. He also said one is homeless.
Fogle is known for losing 200 pounds through a diet involving eating Subway sandwiches. The fast food chain stopped working with Fogle in August after suspending its relationship with him in July.
Russell Taylor, who formerly was director of The Jared Foundation, Fogle’s organization aimed at cutting down childhood obesity, was arrested in May for producing child pornography.
Fogle is facing up to 12 years in federal prison.