Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle caught in secret recordings allegedly detailing sex crimes with children

INDIANAPOLIS -- A Florida woman is releasing secret conversations she allegedly had with former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle, in which he details a myriad of sex crimes he perpetrated against children.

Rochelle Herman-Walrond will appear on "Dr. Phil" Thursday afternoon to discuss tapes she secretly recorded of the former Subway Sandwich pitchman. In the tapes, Fogle describes his alleged crimes, including sexual encounters he had with minors and how he groomed young girls and boys.

Herman-Walrond turned the tapes over to authorities, and they ultimately led to his arrest.

According to USA Today, Dr. Phil will air the recorded phone conversations. The conversations appear quite graphic in nature, according to a video released by the program.

WARNING: This video contains graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised. 

Herman-Walrond told Dr. Phil that during her conversations with Fogle she felt "disgusting," CBS News reports. 

"I felt like I was so dirty," Herman-Walrond told Dr. Phil. "My soul was dirty."

Fogle pleaded guilty to child pornography charges and crossing state lines to engage in illicit sex with miors earlier this summer. He is slated for sentencing on Nov. 19, USA Today reports.

Fogle paid $1 million in restitution to 10 of his 14 victims.

Folgle, who lost 200 pounds to become the spokesman at Subway sandwiches, met Herman-Walrond in 2006, USA Today reports. She is a former radio host.

Subway has cut all ties with Fogle since the allegations surfaced earlier this year.