In U.S. District Court documents obtained by Radar, the disgraced former Subway pitchman, 40 — who pled guilty to child porn possession and traveling for sex with minors in 2015 — filed a civil suit against Judge Tanya Walton-Pratt, Englewood prison warden R. Hudgins, The Bureau of Prisons director, and President Trump for “unlawfully” incarcerating him.
“Sentencing court has refused to correct and fix the unlawful plea,” jailbird Fogle wrote in the papers, filed March 26 in Colorado.
“Petitioner was denied his constitutional rights to due process, and had this charge not been unlawfully and illicitly charged, Fogle would not have pled guilty.”
He is seeking “immediate release” due to “unconstitutional incarceration.”
United States Magistrate Judge Gordon P. Gallagher responded the following day, demanding Fogle respond with missing paperwork and $5 filing fee within 30 days or his action will be dismissed.
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