Reporter says she secretly recorded Jared Fogle’s conversations

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INDIANAPOLIS — A reporter in Florida says she wore a wire for the FBI and recorded conversations with former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle.

Rochelle Herman says Fogle spoke candidly with her about his fondness for under-age girls.

She said she made those recordings over four years while serving as an FBI informant.

Fogle has agreed to plead guilty to crossing state lines to have sex with at least two teenagers. He also admits to possessing child pornography. His attorneys have agreed to ask for no less than a 5-year prison sentence for Fogle.

Herman says she met Fogle at a health fair, and was so disturbed by his comments that she decided to help the feds catch him.

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