Subway Cuts Ties With Jared Fogle Ahead of Reported Child Porn Guilty Plea

Company confirms it has ended relationship via Twitter
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Subway continued to distance itself from former spokesman Jared Fogle on Tuesday after reports surfaced that Fogle will plead guilty to possession of child pornography charges.

“We no longer have a relationship with Jared and have no further comment,” Subway tweeted.

Fogle, whose home was raided by federal law enforcement authorities in July, will reportedly accept a deal in exchange for entering the plea, according to WXIN Indianapolis.

The Tribune owned Fox affiliate said the deal could come as soon as Wednesday.

The sandwich chain has a major presence in the TV ad world, spending an estimated $26.8 million in August 2015, according to data.