In Secret Recordings Aired on “Dr. Phil,” Voice Said To Be Fogle’s Discusses …

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Ex-Subway Pitchman Jared Fogle Recorded Talking About Preying On Children.

Federal prosecutors have copies of audio recordings a Florida woman says she made of former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle talking about sexual encounters he had with children and say they took those recordings “into account” before charging Fogle. Ten victims of Fogle, who agreed to plead guilty to child pornography and sex-with-minors charges, have received the $100,000 in restitution he was ordered to pay each of them, and the remaining four should receive theirs before he is sentenced in the coming weeks. Fogle: “And we just start sharing stories, and then, you know, we get a little closer, and a little closer, and a little closer, and before you know it, you know it’s — you know, it just — it just starts to happen.?

Herman-Walrond said she could not take it anymore when Fogle mentioned her two young children upon a question about whether he thought any kids were “hot.” “What makes this so valuable is this is the playbook of a monster, because he’s teaching her, he’s therefore teaching all of us — all the parents — what to look for,” Dr. You know?” When she pressed him, asking him what was the difference between one age and another, he said, “It depends, which – who is ready for what.

Phil McGraw’s producers acquired the Fogle tapes from Rochelle Herman-Walrond, a self-described journalist and former radio host from Florida who said she secretly recorded Fogle and became an FBI informant. (The agency has publicly acknowledged receiving the tapes before raiding Fogle’s Indiana home on July 7, but has not confirmed that Herman-Walrond ever worked with investigators as an undercover informant.) Additional audio will be aired during Friday’s “Dr. The above recording is from a conversation in which Herman-Walrond says she led Fogle to believe she was planning a pool party with friends of her young children so that she and Fogle could find one to have sex with. “I need to see if one of these little boys are a possibility for us,” Fogle tells her. He was charged for traveling “in interstate commerce in order to engage in unlawful sexual acts with minors, and (attempting) to do so” as well as “distributing and receiving visual depictions of minors engaging in sexually explicit conduct, and conspiring with others to do so.” Fogle will be sentenced by a federal judge on Nov. 19 and faces up to 12.5 years in prison. He said there are certain behaviors that might give parents a sign that adults are up to no good. “Excessive touching, excessive intimacy, private jokes — those types of things might raise some questions about who exactly is this person, and why are they ingratiating themselves the way they are with my kid?” Berrill said. Fogle then goes onto mention that it might be easiest for them to trick “that girl from the broken home,” referring to a young girl Herman-Walrond claims she invented when Fogle pushed her to describe the children that would be at the party.

The speaker then insists that Herman-Walrond wear skimpy clothing, saying it might get the children “sexed up.” In other audio, the speaker asks Herman-Walrond to describe her daughter’s 7- and 8-year-old male and female friends. Berrill said if something seems strange, it is always better to check it out and find that things are OK, rather than believe because of someone’s status, they are above behaving inappropriately with kids.

He wants specifics, he says, on those “you think are pretty hot” or “cute.” The speaker also wants to know who “the most promising” of those children are. Horty would say only that “federal authorities” have been in contact with Herman-Walrond but he declined to comment on when and through what manner that communication occurred.

According to a document released by prosecutors in Indianapolis, the allegations involved minors who appeared in pornography and two who participated in sex acts. Indiana authorities who handled the investigation into Fogle have said their probe began in September 2014 based on a tip to Indiana State Police regarding Russell Taylor, the then-executive director of the Jared Foundation. Fogle, who became a Subway spokesman after shedding more than 200 pounds as a college student, in part by eating the chain’s sandwiches, started that foundation to raise awareness and money to fight childhood obesity. It would be a lot easier probably.” In another section of the conversation about the fake pool party, Fogle asks Harmon-Walrond if she had ever thought about “sucking Brad’s dick”—Brad being another invented child that Fogle believes is 10 years old. “Would you share his dick with me?” he asks. Subway said last month the company received a “serious” complaint about Fogle in 2011 from Herman-Walrond, a former journalist who revealed publicly to WWSB-TV in Sarasota in August that she also took her concerns to the FBI and secretly recorded her phone conversations with Fogle for more than four years to assist the agency’s investigation.

Court documents detailing the charges against the 38-year-old father of two say that Fogle had sex at New York City hotels with two girls under age 18 — one of whom was 16 at the time — and paid them for that sex. The chain issued a statement saying that the complaint came via Subway’s website, and that “there was nothing that implied anything about sexual behavior or criminal activity involving Mr.

Fogle.” But it added, “We regret that this comment was not properly escalated and acted upon.” In previews of Friday’s program, the speaker appears to ask Herman-Walrond over the phone if she’d let him watch her 10- and 11-year-old children “get naked,” and even suggests a camera be installed in her kids’ rooms. When they chatted, Fogle allegedly described “what he would like to do to children, what he’s had children do to him, and he wanted me to have this special trip with him to Chicago to go to these crazy clubs and share in his fetishes,” Herman-Walrond tells Dr.

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