Jared Fogle Sent to Prison: When Will He Be Released From Jail?
Former Subway sandwich shop spokesman Jared Fogle is now in jail on allegations of child pornography. On Monday, March 6, 2023, Investigation Discovery will premiere the three-hour docuseries Jared from Subway: Capturing a Monster. Keep reading to find out when he will be released from prison and why was he sentenced.
Who is Jared Fogle?
Jared Scott Fogle is a former American Subway spokesman who was born on August 23, 1977. Subway used Fogle in commercials from 2000 until an FBI probe became public knowledge in 2015. As a result of the FBI investigation, he was found guilty of engaging in child sex tourism and child pornography.
Has Jared Fogle Been Sentenced?
In 2015, after an FBI investigation and raid on his house in Zionsville, Indiana, Subway fired Jared as their spokesman. The same year, Jared pled guilty to interstate commercial sex with a minor and possessing or distributing child pornography. In 2012, when visiting New York City, he is said to have paid a 17-year-old girl he met online to do sexual acts with him. On November 19, 2015, Jared was given a prison term of 188 months, or little more than 15 years. He reported to the Federal Correctional Institution Englewood in Colorado to begin completing his sentence.
When will Jared Fogle Will Be Released from Prison?
The data maintained by the Federal Bureau of Prisons indicate that Jared’s earliest possible release date is March 24, 2029.
In that year, he will be 51 years old. For the former sandwich salesman to be eligible for parole, he must serve at least 85 percent of his sentence in prison or 13 years. On Jared’s behalf, his attorney has requested 2019 that he be allowed to obtain treatment for a “medical concern.”
The attorney for the defendant Jeremy Margolis stated, “He will seek appropriate treatment after he has been evaluated by a world-class psychiatrist skilled in these topics.” In 2016, Jared was attacked by fellow inmate Steven J. Nigg in the prison yard at FCI Englewood. Nigg caused Jared to sustain injuries to his nose and face. For being a felon in possession of a firearm, Steven was given a 15-year term.