The lawsuit was filed in March.
Jane Doe states that she has suffered personal injuries because of the violations.
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According to a story posted on inTouch, the former Subway spokesperson is not taking to prison life very well.
Ronald E. Elberger stated in court documents he was diagnosed with cancer in Jan. 2015 and fell ill in December.
An inmate, identified as Steve Nigg, pushed Fogle down and began punching him in the face.
A section of Subway’s site devoted to Jared Fogle is no longer there.
Subway severed ties with Jared Fogle in July, following an FBI raid of his Zionsville home.
He has given back to help children deal with obesity.
Attorneys for both sides will be in court Tuesday for a hearing on Subway’s request that the lawsuit be dismissed.