In August, former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle was arrested on 14 counts of soliciting sex with minors.
Not only did the media respond in outrage, Jared’s wife filed for divorce, and Subway quickly fired him. In the blink of an eye, Jared became one of the world’s most disgusting men.
And his title as a piece of sh*t perv isn’t going away anytime soon.
A journalist working undercover recorded Fogle bragging about his encounters with minors, even admitting that he had an “amazing” time with “a little boy.” He also admitted on the tape that he likes little girls.
Rochelle Herman-Walrond shared her recordings of Jared on the Thursday and Friday episodes of Dr. Phil.
She began interacting with and secretly recording Fogle after made an oblique, off-putting comment about little girls. The journalist later handed over the recordings to the FBI.
Herman-Walrond, a former Florida journalist, duped Fogle into believing she was part of his kiddie porn loving circle of friends.
“I had to be two separate people in order to continue on with this investigation,” she explained.
In the recorded conversations, 38-year-old Fogle recounted his experiences with children. Horrifically, he even said, “I had a little boy, it was amazing; it just felt so good. I mean, it felt - it felt so good.”
When asked if he preferred young boys over underage girls, Fogle answered, “Both of them.”
The child molester even said he would be willing to travel abroad to take part in more child sex-related acts.
“I would fly us clear across the world if we need to, to Thailand or wherever we want to go,” he said. “If we’re gonna try to get some young kids with us, it would be a lot easier.”
Fogle even tried to recruit Herman-Walrond to film her own children: “Are there any of your kids’ friends that you think are pretty hot?” he asked her.
“What if we put a camera in your kids’ room, would they be OK with that?”
In a slap in the face to every child Jared touched or thought about touching, Fogle faces a measly five years in jail.
We vote for life in prison.