Subway spokesman Jared Fogle’s obsession with raping children exposed on The Dr. Phil Show

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Former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle had sex with countless children as young as 6 years old, including both boys and girls, yet he is still living in the comfort of his Indiana home on house arrest and undergoing “treatment,” according to a recent airing of The Dr. Phil Show in which Fogle’s child sex crimes were proven to be worse than anyone could have imagined.

The October 29 Dr. Phil episode “From Subway Sandwich King to Child Sex Scandal” exposed never-before-heard audio tapes revealing Fogle’s sick obsession with young children and the tactics he used to lure them in before molesting them.

In late August, Fogle was charged with possessing and distributing child pornography and “commercial sex acts with a minor,” or paying to engage in sexual activity with someone under the age of 18, reports The Washington Post.

As some predicted, Fogle’s pedophilic behavior was not a secret and was likely enabled by many people around him, including top Subway officials who were more interested in what Fogle could do for the chain financially than protecting helpless children.

Fogle said molesting and raping young children isn’t hard to do

Rochelle Herman-Walrond, a Florida-based journalist who eventually worked with the FBI to help prosecute Fogle, met the former Subway pitchman when he visited her radio show in 2006. That same day, he traveled with Walrond and her crew to a middle school in Sarasota, Florida, where Fogle told her that he thought that middle schoolers were “hot.”

The shockingly bold statement was caught on tape, as Fogle was mic’d at the time, and reportedly knew it. Both Walrond and her cameraman heard Fogle’s admission before exchanging shocked glances with one another.

It was then that Waldron decided to take it upon herself to explore and eventually exposed Fogle’s sick behavior, although she never could have prepared herself for the evil she would encounter.

According to the show, Waldron interacted with Fogle for four years before realizing that she needed to involve authorities, a strange and rather confusing revelation. After going to the FBI with what she learned, they immediately asked her to assist in their investigation due to the trusting relationship she had already built with Fogle.

Fogle offered to fly him and journalist across world to have sex with kids to prevent them from getting caught

Fogle was reportedly infatuated with Waldron from the first day they met, and is heard telling her how much he loves her in recorded conversations in which they made plans to have orgies with very young children.

It appears that, after involving the FBI, Waldron pretended to be in an intimate relationship with Fogle in order to record his admissions about having sex with children while authorities were listening.

In these sick and demented recorded conversations, Fogle revealed his sexual attraction to little boys and girls and his preference for early middle schoolers, though he admitted that he enjoys all ages.

He described having sex with a 10-year-old girl, calling it “wonderful” and saying it felt, so, so good.

On one occasion, Fogle and Waldron’s conversation turned particularly deranged when he began asking if Waldron thought any of her young children’s friends were hot. Waldron could barely respond before Fogle cut her off desperately stuttering over his words asking ‘which, which ones, which ones do you think are hot?’

She fabricated the identities of three children, Melissa, 7, Megan, 8, and Brad, 10, mentioning that Megan came from a “broke home.” Fogle grew excited, wanting to learn more about the children, but seemed particularly interested in the 10-year-old boy and the young girl from a broken home, which he later described as being a “promising” target.

In Dr. Phil’s part two of the Fogle exposé, set to air October 30, the former Subway pitchman is heard asking if he can see Waldron’s children naked.

Fogle gained trust of children before violating them

Fogle continually brought up children in the recorded conversations with Waldron, making plans to meet and have a party in which Waldron said she would bring the three children she described to Fogle.

After telling Waldron that she needed to dress up as sexy as possible for the party, Fogle then asked her if she would f*** the d*** of the 10-year-old boy and then asked if they could share his d***.

Disgusted, but realizing that going along with the conversation was necessary to prosecute Fogle, she agreed. Fogle grew even more excited, saying how much that would turn him on. He told her that, if they segregated the children, it would be much easier to rape them.

The following is part of the transcript Dr. Phil aired on Thursday’s show:

Waldron: And I wanna know what, what may, what turns you on the most? Like the young girls or the young boys?

Fogle: You know, both of them do.

Waldron: Can you – can you explain? I really wanna know.

Fogle: Mm hmm. Ok, see, I mean, I need to see if one of these little boys are a possibility for us.

Waldron: Yeah.

Fogle: Would that be, would that turn you on?

Waldron: Well, how would we, how, how would that happen? How would we, how would that happen?

Fogle: 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 close, and a little close, and a little closer and before you know it, you know it’s – you know, it just – it just starts to happen.

Waldron: So, it’s not that hard to do?

Fogle: No, not at all.

Waldron: Really?

Fogle: Uh-huh.

Fogle: Does that turn you on?

Waldron: Yes, I’m intrigued and I–

Fogle: Are you?

Waldron: I am, very much. I would like to know–

Fogle: Ooh, I bet. I think it would be – you would be amazing.

Fogle: It would be so much fun for us, for you and I.

Waldron: Is there any kind of personality to look for?

Fogle: You know what, just – I think it is just going to depend on the situation. You don’t know, I– I don’t– I don’t know. We’ll see.

Waldron: Yeah.

Fogle: You know. But I think that girl from the broken home could be a possibility, you know.

Waldron: Uh-huh.

Fogle: I definitely think that and, um, you know, just show some affection.

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