NEW YORK – Audio recordings of former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle allegedly detailing sex acts with children aired Thursday after being released by the FBI.
The disturbing recordings were played in an exclusive on the “Dr. Phil” show. His guest was former radio host and FBI informant Rochelle Herman-Walrond, who befriended Fogle.
“I was stunned,” she said, remembering him discussing his attraction to middle school girls. “I was shocked.”
In the recording, Herman-Walrond pretends to be planning a pool party and talks with Fogle at length about her children’s young friends who might be open to having sex with him. After he expresses interest in “one of these little boys,” she asks him how he might seduce them.
He also targets a fictitious girl from a broken home, saying it would be easier to trick her.
Well, if we got them—got them segregated out, 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.
Herman-Walrond cries in the interview with Dr. Phil as he replays the recording. At one point Fogle asks her, “Do you want to watch me f*** a young girl, too?” and “Will you f*** a young boy?” while adding that, if she did, “it would turn me on so much.”
Fogle is awaiting sentencing on November 19. He has already paid 10 of the 14 victims $1 million.