As if that weren't bad enough, another 26% of the organization's expenditures have gone unaccounted for altogether.
The Jared Foundation was actually dissolved by the Indiana Secretary of State in 2012 after it failed to pay a $5 annual registration fee since 2008, but the IRS continues to consider it a non-profit, according to the report. The paper quoted Daniel Borochoff, president of non-profit watchdog group CharityWatch, as saying, "As with a lot of celebrities, the charity appears to be more about image-enhancement than charitable deeds."
In addition to exposing the sham charity, the report also includes numerous details from court documents that shed new light on Fogle's disturbing criminal activity within the same period he had two children with his second wife, and even his start in the "sexual underworld" in 2007. Last week, Fogle's wife said she is seeking a divorce and Subway announced it has also severed ties with him.
Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist. Send news tips to email@example.com and follow him on Twitter @tonymerevick.