Jared Fogle’s Never-Before-Heard Recordings Reveal Highly Disturbing Confessions (VIDEO)

Jared Fogle, the disgraced former Subway spokesman who pled guilty to child pornography charges and having sex with minors, will have a sentencing hearing coming up on November 19. Up to this point, it has already been public knowledge that the FBI had been secretly recording Fogle’s conversations with one of their informants, Rochelle Herman-Walrond. However, until now, they have never been heard.

In several audio recordings released on the Dr. Phil show, former journalist, Rochelle Herman-Walrond, discusses the tapes in full detail. Listed below are several pre-released conversations of Fogle detailing his sick child fantasies, as well as to acts he has already committed. They are highly disturbing. If you want to hear all of the recordings, you will have to tune into Dr. Phil on Thursday and Friday, where they will be discussed over the course of the two days.

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If you’re one of those people that would prefer not to hear Fogle speak (we don’t blame you) here are a few select quotes from the episodes:

“Are there any of your kids’ friends that you think are pretty hot?”

“I would fly us clear across the world if we need to. To Thailand or wherever we want to go. If we’re gonna try to get some young kids with us it would be a lot easier.”

“What if we put a camera in your kids’ room, would they be okay with that?”

“I like all ages. That’s the thing, I mean. I like all of them. You know.”

“I had a little boy. It was amazing.  It just felt so good. I mean, it felt — it felt so good.”

Herman-Walrond tears up while talking to Dr. Phil and tells him how hard it was to put up a front around Fogle (essentially living a double life) to get him to reveal these things to her. But, by doing so, she was able to help the FBI secure criminal charges against him.

Just recently Fogle paid out $1 million to 10 of his 14 victims. His full fate will be determined in the next couple of weeks at his sentencing hearing. Due to his plea deal, he will only face anywhere between 5 and 12 1/2 years behind bars. If you ask us, that’s not nearly long enough.

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