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‘Unrepentant peadophile’: Text messages show Jared Fogle saying he ‘craves’ sex with 15-year-olds

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Text messages between former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle and adult escorts show him trying to purchase sex with 15-year-olds.

Text messages from Jared Fogle released in court papers show the Subway pitchman’s sick obsession with underage girls and boys.
The disgraced sandwich spokesman is arguing to have his more than 15-year sentence reduced, though documents unveiled by prosecutors in his appeals process have revealed the chilling exchanges he had while trying to procure his victims.

“I’ll pay you big for a 14- or 15-year-old,” he told one adult escort he tried to convince to bring him his prey.

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In Touch magazine has obtained a letter that Jared Fogle allegedly wrote from prison.

The weight-loss icon admitted to having sex with two sex workers who were minors and obtaining child pornography of 12 other children as young as 6 years old — he is currently serving a 16-year sentence at Colorado’s Federal Correctional Institution in Englewood for the disturbing crimes.
He denies he is the evil man the press has portrayed him as, writing to the unidentified woman that “I made a couple of mistakes but nothing like the monster the media reports have said.”
In addition to playing down his crimes, Fogle shamelessly hits on the woman, punctuating sentences with childish smiley faces and requests for her to send him photos.
“Your two pictures you sent me have just made me smile so, so much!! Can you send me some more good ones?” Fogle begs. “I need you in my life big time,” adding that she looks “so hot (just like I remember).”
Fogle ends the letter with a request to set up an email exchange through his prison computers.

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Fogle blamed his former associate Russel Taylor for his crimes in his letter

“I’ve thought about you over the years but had no way of contacting you. What is your email address? I have email access from here but I have to plug your email and phone number into the computer and then you accept it and we are good from there. It is monitored,” he added, “but who cares? LOL.”
Fogle signs off with an “xoxoxo” after a plea for his love interest to “please write back as soon as you get this letter!!”
The ex-Subway pitchman filed an appeal in February to reduce his sentence, his lawyers arguing that the 16-year-sentence was “unreasonable” and would deprive him of years away from his two small children
“Your two pictures you sent me have just made me smile so, so much!! Can you send me some more good ones?” Fogle begs. “I need you in my life big time,” adding that she looks “so hot (just like I remember).”
Fogle ends the letter with a request to set up an email exchange through his prison computers.
“I’ve thought about you over the years but had no way of contacting you. What is your email address? I have email access from here but I have to plug your email and phone number into the computer and then you accept it and we are good from there. It is monitored,” he added, “but who cares? LOL.”
Fogle signs off with an “xoxoxo” after a plea for his love interest to “please write back as soon as you get this letter!!”
The ex-Subway pitchman filed an appeal in February to reduce his sentence, his lawyers arguing that the 16-year-sentence was “unreasonable” and would deprive him of years away from his two small children.

In another conversation he says that how much money he offers “depends, on, if they can prove their age. If they can and you get me 15 or below, I’ll give you 400 at least.”
When asked why he wants young girls, Fogle responds “Cause it’s what I crave!” and offers $300 to both the victim and the escort if her 15-year-old cousin is good looking enough.
Prosecutors used the texts to argue that the slimmed-down spokesman’s prison time, which exceeded the maximum 12 and a half years recommended in his plea deal and the 14 in sentencing guidelines, was fair for the way Fogle committed his crimes.

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Fogle is appealing his more than 15-year sentence, which he is currently serving in Littleton, Colo.

Indiana federal district judge Tanya Walton Pratt said during sentencing that extra time was warranted because the defendant “went to great lengths to engage in commercial sex acts with underage minors.”
Fogle has maintained that he was swept up in the criminal activities of his foundation director Russell Taylor, who was sentenced to 27 years in December for making and distributing child porn.
Under his current sentence for traveling to have sex with a minor and distributing pornography with children as young as six, Fogle won’t be eligible for parole until 2029.
In a letter to a woman fan from behind bars at a federal prison in Colorado, he chalked up his incarceration to making “a couple of mistakes.”

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