Jared Fogle Allegedly Confesses to Child-Sex Crimes in Recordings: "It Felt So Good" (Audio)

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In a new promo, 'Dr. Phil' promises to air secretly recorded conversations between Fogle and FBI informant Rochelle Herman-Walrond.

Audio recordings set to air this week on Dr. Phil allegedly reveal former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle confessing to child-sex crimes in graphic detail. 

The audio tapes, teased as part of a promo for the Dr. Phil exclusive that spans across Thursday and Friday's episodes, were secretly recorded during conversations between Fogle and FBI informant Rochelle Herman-Walrond, the promo claims.

"I had a little boy [expletive]," Fogle allegedly says on the tapes. "It was amazing."

"It just felt so good," the audio continues. "I mean, I felt — it felt so good."

Herman-Walrond can be heard asking Fogle if he is turned on more by "young girls or the young boys," to which Fogle apparently replies, "Both of them do. Both of them."

Herman-Walrond took part in conversations with Fogle that spanned the course of 10 years. The audio recordings led in part to Fogle agreeing in August to plead guilty to one count of traveling to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor and one count of distribution and receipt of child pornography. Fogle also agreed to pay $1.4 million in restitution to 14 underage victims, with the government agreeing not to seek more than 12.5 years in prison.

An excerpt from the Dr. Phil footage can be seen in the video below.