Fogle victim speaks out on Dr. Phil: "He took my happiness. He took my trust."


One of Jared Fogle's victims is speaking out about the child pornography and sex crimes scandal that disgraced the former Subway spokesman and the executive director of his foundation.

A teenage girl named Analissa told Dr. Phil about how Jared Fogle and Russell Taylor victimized her several years ago.

Prosecutors to seek maximum of 12.5 years in prison for Fogle

"The first identified victim of the Fogle sex scandal comes forward," the announcer for the Dr. Phil television show announced at the start of Thursday's segment.

It was bound to happen, but no one expected the first victim to step forward to be 16 years of age.

Read more about what Dr. Phil had to say regarding this episode.

"Did you drink to excess? Did you get drunk?" Dr. Phil asked Analissa, who was 14 at the time of the alleged incidents. 

"Yes," she answered.  

"Like really drunk?" he continued. 

"Yes," she responded. 

"Did you pass out or not remember all that happened?" Dr. Phil asked. 

"I don't remember all that happened but I do remember being very intoxicated," the teenager said.

"How do you feel about Jared Fogle sitting in a house over here looking at naked pictures of your daughter?" Dr. Phil asked Analissa's mom Tara.

"I'm livid. There are no words to describe how I feel right now," Tara replied.

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We asked Dr. Phil how the interview came about.

"Analissa watched our show when we revealed the tapes that had been made by Jared Fogle. So she contacted the show, along with her mother, and said, 'I want to talk about this and raise awareness. I want to inspire others to do the same thing,'" Dr. Phil responded.

But there was a segment of the show where Analissa was driven to the house where Russel Taylor allegedly videotaped her and other girls with Dr. Phil when she almost didn't get out of the car.

"I want to take the walk and do it. I want to face the problem," she finally announced. 

"Let's do it," Dr. Phil encouraged. 

"I can do this," she said, tearing up as she got closer to the house.

As they started to walk toward the house Dr. Phil asked what she had lost there. 

"He took my happiness. He took my trust. He took my pride. Everything," she answered.

"You know what that is there? That is just a house.  It is just bricks and sticks. It can't hurt you now. It's just bricks and sticks," Dr Phil told her as he put his arm around her and the two walked away from the house where the alleged taping of minors took place.

Federal prosecutors announced today they will seek a 12-and-a-half-year prison sentence for Fogle and a lifetime of supervision upon release.  His sentencing is scheduled for November 19th.

Russell Taylor faces anywhere from 15-35 years.  His sentencing is scheduled for December.

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