Subway sandwich sex fiend Jared Fogle is breaking laws behind bars by trolling for more innocent victims online!
A RadarOnline.com investigation uncovered that the convicted child molester has been using a federal prison chat forum to prey on unsuspecting women — a flagrant violation of prison regulations.
“Jared is emailing my friend and God knows how many other women and girls!” a Missouri woman speaking on condition of anonymity told Radar.
“I think it’s gross they would allow child molesters access to the internet. Prisons should be monitoring it!”
The 40-year-old pedophile, who was sentenced to over 15 years in the Federal Correctional Institute in Englewood, Colo., was exposed by Radar begging for X-rated messages and photos from his chat room targets.
A renowned corrections expert said prison rules forbid a child molester like Fogle from using the email system, called CorrLinks, in a federal lock-up.
“Under the current regulations, he Fogle should not have access to the internet,” said John Webster, managing director of National Prison and Sentencing Consultants.
Official U.S. Department of Justice documents obtained by Radar confirmed inmates convicted of “soliciting minors for sexual activity, or possession/distribution of child pornography through the internet or other means” are strictly prohibited access.
Fogle’s crimes fit that profile perfectly.
However, Radar has multiple electronic messages sent by Fogle, dated Feb. 27, yet bizarrely, when contacted for comment, the Federal Bureau of Prisons denied he had access.
As Radar reported, the pervy pitchman was jailed in 2015 for possession of kiddie porn and traveling across state lines to have sex with a minor.
What’s more, the creep has also been spilling his sick sex fantasies in letters to a female pen pal.
Judging by his previous predatory behavior, Fogle “is probably doing the same thing online,” Webster said.
Radar’s whistleblower tried to convince her friend to cut ties with the sicko, but she refused.
“I told her there is nothing fascinating about a child molester,” the distraught woman told Radar. “Especially one who is looking for new victims!”
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