Back in August, Jared Fogle pled guilty to child molestation after a several-year investigation revealed that the former Subway spokesman may have victimized as many as 14 minors.
As those who have followed this case may recall, authorities were able to put Fogle away in large part due to the efforts of Rochelle Herman-Walrond.
The Florida journalist who befriended Fogle pretended to share his perversions so that she might be able to gather audio of him admitting to his crimes.
Herman-Walrond has agreed to share some of the recorded conversations between her and Fogle on episodes of Dr. Phil that are set to air today and tomorrow.
Yesterday, we received the first shocking preview of the Fogle recordings, which featured a number of revolting quotes from the 38-year-old, including this description of one of his sexual encounters with an underage male:
“I had a little boy, it was amazing; it just felt so good."
"I mean, it felt - it felt so good.”
Sadly, it gets worse.
The first of Herman-Walrond's tapes was released to the public today, and it contains Fogle's truly disgusting descriptions of the methods that he used in order to engage in sexual activity with young children:
"Well, if we got them ... got them segregated out," Fogle says.
"You know, in this thing where it’s just the three of us, you know, we sort of, you know, we just sort of start talking or whatever 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 starts to happen."
Just beyond disgusting. You can listen to the full audio below, but beware, if this doesn't go without saying, that the content is truly unsettling.