Agents raided Fogle's suburban Indianapolis home this morning and reportedly removed an array of electronic devices for examination. According to WTHR, his wife and children left the house, but Fogle was detained -- but not placed under arrest. The raid comes a few days after the kiddie porn arrest of Russell Taylor, director of the Jared Foundation, which Fogle founded to fight child obesity.
Fogle became a spokesman for Subway several years ago after losing 235 pounds by eating Subway sandwiches and appearing in multiple commercials promoting the sandwich chain.
The news comes after the AP went to court to get the documents released, despite the complaints of Cosby's legal team, which said the release of the documents would embarrass Cosby.
The 77-year-old Cosby also testified in a lawsuit filed by a former employee of Temple University that he gave her three halves of Benadryl tablets.
The case in question was settled in 2006 but the terms were not disclosed. Cosby's attorneys who worked the case didn't immediately return AP's calls on Monday.
The veteran comedian has been accused of sexual abuse by more than 25 women, most of whom say that he drugged and then sexually assaulted them. According to his accusers, the incidents date back more than 40 years, but Cosby has never been prosecuted, since the statutes of limitations have passed in most cases.