Former Jared Fogle Associate to Be Sentenced for Child Porn

10 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Co-conspirator of former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle to be sentenced Thursday.

This undated booking photo provided by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department shows former Jared Foundation executive director Russell Taylor.Creepy Subway sex fiend , who once claimed to have lost 245 pounds by eating turkey and veggie sandwiches, is whining about getting fat in prison — and living in fear he will be sexually assaulted by brutal inmates! The disgraced Subway pitchman was sentenced to 15 years and eight months in federal prison after pleading guilty to child pornography charges and traveling across state lines to pay for sex with a minor.

But a psychiatrist, testifying on his behalf in court, outrageously claimed: “Once he lost weight, it seemed as though in a short time he had hyper-sexuality.” Taylor was executive director of the Jared Foundation, a non-profit that Fogle started to raise awareness and money to fight childhood obesity, from 2009 until May, when prosecutors filed child porn charges against Taylor. They say he felt abused, threatened and manipulated by Fogle, whom Taylor says he was forced to call “Daddy.” Prosecutors disagree, saying Taylor was the mastermind of the pornography scheme. Criminal defense attorney Ross Thomas says Taylor’s lawyers have a tough sell to make. “His problem to me is, he’s directly connected to the victims.

Indiana authorities who raided Fogle’s suburban Indianapolis home in July have said their probe began in September 2014 based on a tip to Indiana State Police regarding Taylor’s sexual interest in children. Federal prosecutors said Fogle, a 38-year-old father of two, received photos or videos from Taylor of eight of Taylor’s 12 child victims and encouraged him to produce more child pornography. Taylor’s attorneys said in a court filing that Taylor is deeply remorseful for his actions, that he has a history of mental illness and that he was sexually abused as child. In federal court filings, a psychologist described the relationship between Fogle and Taylor as coercive, because Fogle owned Taylor’s home and filed suit for it after authorities started investigating the case.

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