Wednesday, February 21

Jared Fogle foundation’s ex-head calls himself ‘vile’ at sentencing

The man who led former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle’s charitable foundation was sentenced Monday to 27 years in federal prison for sexually molesting young girls with his wife and installing cameras in his home to film and photograph the victims without their knowledge.

Russell Taylor, 50, pleaded guilty last year to 30 child pornography and sexual exploitation crimes for his acts against nine children, aged nine to 16 years old, at his west-side home. Two of the girls were sexually molested by Taylor and his wife, Angela Baldwin.

The couple shared videos and photos of the girls captured via hidden cameras with Fogle, who was sentenced in 2015 to 15 years imprisonment for possession or distribution of child pornography and traveling across state lines to have sex with a minor.

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