Subway Jared house raid: Fla. woman claims to have recorded talks with Fogle, reported him to FBI

Posted at 12:11 PM, Jul 09, 2015

A Sarasota, Fla. woman is claiming she had alarming conversations with Jared Fogle, and it's what led to the FBI searching his house.

According to RTV6 in Indianapolis, the unnamed woman said Fogle had told her unsettling things. After one such talk, the woman said she went to the FBI.

The woman said the FBI then had her wear a wire to record Fogle’s words, starting the investigation.

When I presented it to the FBI, the first thing that they said to me was ‘Is this who we think it is?’ and I said ‘Yes it is,’” the woman said, via WWSB.

Fogle’s attorney, Ron Elberger, called the allegation “an unrealistic fabrication.”

Hours after Tuesday's raid, Subway suspended its relationship with Fogle.

As of Thursday morning, Fogle has not been arrested or charged with anything.

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