It was a shock back in 2015 when longtime Subway pitchman Jared Fogle was arrested over child pornography charges. The guy made a very comfortable living, staring in countless ads and events for the sandwich company, but he threw it all away for his degenerate habit.
Fogle was ultimately charged with conspiracy to receive child pornography and sentenced to over 15 years in prison. Since then, he’s been living life behind bars, unable to enjoy the sandwich that brought him fame and fortune. While Fogle has fallen from grace, the guy still had the temerity to ask for an early release, despite the despicable nature of his crime.
As reported at the Daily Mail, Fogle’s request to exit prison early was denied on Friday by an Indiana federal judge. The 40-year-old initially filed the motion on January 11.
Federal Judge Tanya Walton Pratt denied the motion outright, saying, “Fogle again challenges the Court’s subject matter jurisdiction over him and requests immediate release from detention. The Motion, Notices and Objection are all DENIED.”
Court documents concerning the appeal showed that his lawyers tried to argue that the “7th Circuit Court, failed Fogle in protecting his rights to being illegally charged with “conspiracy” to receive and distribute child pornography.” This isn’t the first attempt by Fogle to get out of jail early; in February 2016, he petitioned Judge Pratt for a shorter stint in prison, which was also denied.
The investigation into Fogle initially began in July 2015, after federal law enforcement officials raided his Indianapolis home and confiscated several computers and DVDs. Fogle eventually pleaded guilty to trading in child pornography and paying for sex with underage girls and was sentenced in November 2015 to 15 years in a federal prison.
Needless to say, his crimes have cost him dearly, in a myriad of ways. Last September, he was ordered to pay a $50,000 penalty as part of his high-profile case. Part of Fogle’s pleas deal also saw him pay 14 of his victims $100,000 each, totaling $1.4 million.
Of course, there’s also the divorce settlement, which cost him $7 million and gave his wife sole custody of their two children.
These consequences are nothing less than he deserves, as his crimes are some of the most heinous one can commit. The world is a better place without people like him roaming the streets.
Source: Daily Mail