Subway Removes “Jared’s Journey” From Website Following FBI Search Of Spokesman’s Home still contains a link to Jared's section on the site but clicking the link just takes you back to the homepage. still contains a link to Jared’s section on the site but clicking the link just takes you back to the homepage.

UPDATE: A new Tweet from Subway says that the company and Jared “have agreed to suspend their relationship due to the current investigation, and that “Jared is cooperating with authorities.”


As you’ve probably heard, the Indiana home of famed Subway spokesman Jared Fogle was searched this morning by FBI investigators and that the search is somehow related to an ongoing child pornography investigation. While the sandwich chain has not said anything publicly disparaging about Jared or the situation, it appears to be distancing itself from Fogle on the Subway website.

While the homepage still has a link to the Jared’s Journey section, in which Fogle detailed how he dropped 200 pounds, going to the link just redirects you to the homepage. [TMZ was the first to report this.]

On Twitter, Subway is only saying that “We are shocked about the news & believe it is related to a former Jared Foundation employee. We are monitoring the situation closely.”

The “former Jared Foundation employee” referenced in the Tweet is likely Russell Taylor, the former director of the foundation who was arrested in April on child pornography charges. Fogle and the foundation, which is not directly affiliated with Subway, cut ties with Taylor in the wake of the arrest.

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