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Remember Jared Fogle? He’s the guy who dropped nearly 300 pounds eating Subway sandwiches, and later became a spokesperson for the company (and a millionaire). 

Fogle’s home was raided by the FBI this morning (July 7) in a child pornography investigation involving Russel Taylor, the executive director of his non-profit, The Jared Foundation. Taylor was arrested in April after police found tons of child porn in his possession. He was jailed, and attempted to commit suicide.

Reports TMZ:

Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle‘s home was raided Tuesday morning by FBI agents conducting a child pornography investigation.

Jared was seen walking into his home outside Indianapolis with one of the agents … and investigators have a truck parked in his driveway. We’ve learned Indiana State Police are also on the scene.

Russel Taylor, the former director of Fogle’s charity foundation — which is unaffiliated with Subway — was arrested in April for possessing and producing child porn. Investigators reportedly found more than 500 videos in his home.

Fogle said his foundation was severing all ties with Taylor immediately after his arrest. It’s unclear if this morning’s raid is connected to the charges against Taylor.

Fogle has not been charged in Taylor’s investigation, although police removed a computer and other electronics from his home.

According to Taylor’s criminal complaint, authorities found a thumb drive with a folder labeled The Jared Foundation, and another file named “Good Stuff,” which contained child porn.

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