Former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle and his now ex-wife, Kathleen, have finalized the settlements of their divorce, ET has learned.
In Boone County Superior Court documents obtained by ET, Kathleen -- who has changed her last name back to her maiden name, McLaughlin -- will be awarded $7 million and receive sole legal and physical custody of the former couple's two children, 4-year-old Brady and 2-year-old Quinn.
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The divorce documents state that Kathleen has been "working tirelessly" and attempting to "provide a sense of security and normality for the [couple's] young children." In doing so, she asks to remain out of the state of Indiana, where they formerly resided, due to "intense media scrutiny." The documents also state that the existing marital relationship between she and Fogle was "irretrievably broken and should be dissolved."
According to the documents, Jared has not seen his kids in person since August. He requested regular in-person parenting time during incarceration, but Kathleen's lawyer argued against the request, stating in the divorce filing, "Father is an admitted pedophile and consumer of child pornography. The potential risk that Father poses to the children is both obvious and unacceptable." She has agreed, however, to allow Jared to speak with the children over the phone.
As ET previously reported, Kathleen filed for divorce from Fogle on Aug. 19, the same day Jared agreed to a plea deal in which he would agree to plead guilty to charges of sex with minors and possession of child pornography. The two were married in July 2010, after knowing each other for nearly 10 years.
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"Obviously, I am extremely shocked and disappointed by the recent developments involving Jared," Kathleen said in a statement to the media at the time. "I am in the process of seeking a dissolution of the marriage."
"My focus is exclusively on the well-being of my children," her statement continued. "Neither I nor my family will have any further comment on the matter. I appreciate respect for my family’s privacy during this difficult time."
Just last week, Jared was sentenced to 15.6 years in prison after pleading guilty to child pornography and child sex charges.
Watch the video below to hear more from his hearing.