Disturbing details continue to emerge in the case of disgraced ex-Subway pitchman Jared Fogle -- and somehow -- it all keeps getting worse.
Fogle is poised to be sentenced five to 12.5 years in prison following a plea deal on charges of receiving and distributing child pornography and having sex with minors. Now, a new report by USA Today reveals a trove of damning information about Fogle, including questionable activity by his childhood obesity charity, the Jared Foundation.
Even though the non-profit was supposed to hand out $2 million contributions to schools and community organizations to combat childhood obesity, the Jared Foundation hasn't dispensed a single grant since it was established in 2004. However, from 2009 to 2013, the foundation spent about $73,000 a year, 60% of which paid the organization's executive director. In case you're just tuning in, that exec was Fogle's friend, Russell Taylor, who was arrested himself in April on various sex-related charges, including possession of child pornography.