Despite currently serving a 16-year prison sentence, former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle is trying to downplay his sex crimes against children.
Just five months into his prison bid, Fogle wrote a letter to an unidentified woman he knew years ago.
In the letter obtained by In Touch, Fogle writes, “It has been a very hard nine months for me. I made a couple of mistakes but nothing like the media reports have said. They are making me into some sort of monster which is absolutely not true.”
Instead of taking the blame for his mistakes, he points the finger at his accomplice Russell Taylor, who was also his nonprofit foundation leader, saying, “I’m currently appealing my prison sentence and am hoping for the best with it. Bottom line, my director of my foundation and friend did some bad stuff and tried to throw me under the bus with him.”
Later on in the letter, Fogle attempts to flirt with the woman, writing that she “looks hot!!” and asking for more pictures:
“Your two pictures you sent me have just made me smile so, so, much!! Can you send me some more good ones? I need you in my life big time,” he says.
He ended the letter by asking for the woman’s email address so they can keep in contact.
SOURCE: In Touch | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Twitter
Jared Fogle Writes Creepy Letter From Prison, Downplays His Crimes was originally published on globalgrind.com
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