Jared Fogle reportedly made creepy comment about middle school girls

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Woman: Jared Fogle Told Me Middle School Girls Were Hot


"I thought to myself, 'Did he really say that to me?'"

A Florida woman says she helped provide information that led to the FBI and state authorities raiding now-suspended Subway spokesman Jared Fogle's Indiana home.
The woman told WWSB that in numerous conversations that started about 10 years ago, Fogle made alarming comments to her — including calling middle school girls "hot."

"No they weren't jokes. They were very serious."

And she says some comments were even worse than that one — but didn't go into detail.

She says she contacted the FBI which then had her wear a wire to record a conversation with the 37-year-old. Federal authorities confirmed to WXIN the woman provided investigators with key information that ultimately led to the raid.

But Fogle's attorney say there's no credibility to the her statements. He has not been charged or arrested.

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