Jared Fogle Asked FBI Informant If He Could Watch Her Kids On Hidden Cameras
Jesus Christ, that Jared Fogle is a gross person.
In an interview with Anderson Cooper, reporter Rochelle Herman discussed how she took the Subway spokesman down by recording their discussions over a period of years and then reporting them to the FBI.
Herman first met Fogle at a 2007 school health event in Florida. During the event, he told her all about how hot he thought middle school girls were, and was unknowingly taped by her cameraman doing so. Herman was so freaked out that she contacted the authorities.
After she contacted the authorities, the FBI asked her to become an informant and to basically hang out with Fogle and record their conversations. Many of which pertained to his fondness for
sex with underage children raping children.
Perhaps one of the most disturbing of these conversations was one in which Fogle actually asked Herman to install hidden cameras in her own children’s rooms for his viewing pleasure.
“I had two young children at the time, and he talked to me about installing hidden cameras in their rooms and asked me if I would choose which child I would like him to watch.”
Herman said she had to sublimate her own horror at the remark in order to get her job done as an informant.
Fogle is planning to plead guilty to owning child pornography, and will likely serve between five and 12 and a half years in prison.