Jared Fogle Allegedly Discussed Throwing a Party to Lure Children

by Alex Ungerman 5:12 PM PDT, October 30, 2015
Playing Jared Fogle Allegedly Discussed Throwing a Party to Lure Children

This is awful.

In the second part of Dr. Phil’s sit-down with Rochelle Herman-Walrond, the woman who helped bring down Jared Fogle, more secretly recorded conversations with the disgraced former Subway spokesperson allegedly reveal his sickening discussions about possibly throwing a party to lure children.

Warning. The content of the recordings is incredibly disturbing. If you do not wish to read it, please stop here.

"He wanted me to set up my children," alleges Herman-Walrond, "but along with their friends and their friends' siblings."

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The horrific audio appears to show Fogle inquiring about Herman-Walrond's own children.

"How old are your kids again?" Fogle, now 38, is heard asking. "I would love to see them naked. So which of your kids do you think I'd like better seeing naked; your son or your daughter?"

Fogle described early middle school children as targets, even going so far as to detail how he would lure them.

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"You know, just to talk to 'em, get to know 'em. Just everything and just, you know, do little touchy, feely things with them. Make them feel good," he is heard saying.

Dr. Phil told ET that he believes Fogle is a very "sick individual" with how he spoke of his charged crimes.

"I think he's incredibly narcissist, this is something that is perverted at his core -- this is a core value thing for him," Dr. Phil said. "When you listen to him, he's proud. This isn't something that was kind of eating away at him and he reluctantly gives in to impulses. He's proud of this. This is sport to him, this is something he really wants to do."

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Herman-Walrond told Dr. Phil that she began a friendship with Fogle with the intent of gathering more information and claims he continued to make comments about his sexual interest in children. Herman-Walrond says she spent five years secretly recording her conversations with Fogle to use as evidence against him.

In August, federal prosecutors said in court documents that Fogle had agreed to plead guilty to allegations that he paid for sex acts with minors and received child pornography. His sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 19.