Subway warned 7 years ago about Jared Fogle
NEW YORK- A former Subway franchisee says she alerted the company about pitchman Jared Fogle in 2008.
Fogle pleaded guilty to sex with minors last week. Cindy Mills says she met Fogle at an event and they exchanged phone numbers.
Her lawyer says Fogle began talking about paying sex for minors so Mills alerted a regional Subway contact in Florida. Later, she says she alerted Jeff Moody, who was in charge of the Subway Franchisee Advertising fund Trust.
Subway has said it has no record of Mills' complaints. Business Insider originally reported on the complaint but did not name Mills at her request.
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