Subway Jared Paid A Total Of $1 Million To His Victims

October 23, 2015 / Posted by:

It’s Pat’s child-touching nasty third cousin Jared Fogle (aka the worst thing to come out of Subway, which is saying a lot if you’ve ever gotten the tsunami shits from one of their foot-longs) took a plea deal last August to avoid a trial. The AP says that as part of his guilty plea, Subway Jared had to pay 10 of his victims $1 million. No, he didn’t pay them $1 million each. He paid each of them only $100,000, which will probably barely cover all the therapy they’ll need.

Back in August, Jared agreed to plead guilty to one count each of traveling to “engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor” and passing out and receiving child porn. His sentencing is set to go down on November 19th, and he’ll get at least 5 years in the clink, but won’t get more than 12 1/2 years in the clink. 10 of his victims have already gotten a $100,000 check and 4 additional victims will shortly get the same. Prosecutors say that victims getting restitution before sentencing almost never ever happens.

The $100,000 checks were hand-delivered to each of the 10 victims or their parents over the last several weeks, with each signing a form saying they had received the money and that it is intended to benefit that particular victim, Assistant U.S. Attorney Steven DeBrota told The Associated Press on Thursday.

DeBrota said he’s handled only one other case in which restitution was paid to victims before sentencing in nearly a quarter-century of prosecuting child porn cases.

Before the world found out about Subway Jared’s pedo ways, his net worth was reportedly $15 million. But after paying lawyers, his victims and his soon-to-be ex-wife, he’ll probably be as broke as my bowels after I made the mistake of eating a choco walnut brownie from Subway. If this piece of trash really did make $15 million from Subway, the receptionist at their headquarters should expect Mama June to wobble up to the desk and say, “I heard y’all were hiring a new spokesperson and I also heard y’all don’t do backgrounds checks.”


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