Subway pitchman pleaded guilty to sex crimes
Fogle received his sentence for sex crimes.
Jared Fogle makes a statement before he was sentenced (sketch by Doug Daniel)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Below is the statement that ex-Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle made at his sentencing Thursday.
"Where do I even try to begin your honor? For most of my adult life I have been in the spotlight, trying to be a positive role model for others."
#JaredFogle says he was raised with good values, "something changed."— Jordan Fischer (@Jordan_RTV6) November 19, 2015
#JaredFogle says he was raised with good values, "something changed."
"I have become dependent upon alcohol, pornography and prostitutes.
"At the time I truly did not think through what I was doing. Nor did I think about the consequences of my actions.
Jared Fogle sentenced to more than 15 years
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"I've learned so much about the underage minors with whom I've paid to have sex with.
"Not a day will go by that I don't think about them, what I did and the impact on their lives.
"The members of my family are also victims of my reprehensible acts. I absolutely devastated my wife."
Judge Pratt doesn't like #JaredFogle's wife line: "You gave your wife almost $7 million though. She'll be OK."— Jordan Fischer (@Jordan_RTV6) November 19, 2015
Judge Pratt doesn't like #JaredFogle's wife line: "You gave your wife almost $7 million though. She'll be OK."
"I want to get myself healthy and try to help others, although I can never change my deplorable past choices.
"I take full, ample responsibility for what I've done.
"Your honor, I want to redeem my life. I want to become a good decent person, and a good father, and to help others."
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