Secretly recorded tapes reportedly revealing former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle’s habit of bragging about having sex with children are set to be made public on a forthcoming pair of Dr. Phil episodes, according to the New York Post. The tapes, obtained by former Florida-area journalist Rochelle Herman-Walrond while she worked closely with Fogle in an attempt to expose him, are said to contain disturbing instances of bragging and requests for Herman-Walrond to film her own children for his benefit.

"I had a little boy. It was amazing," Fogle reportedly says in one clip. "It just felt so good. I mean, it felt—it felt so good." When asked if he preferred "boys or girls," Fogle responds "Both of them." The former Subway star also asks Herman-Walrond if she might consider filming her own children or their "pretty hot" friends by placing a camera in their room, in addition to other disturbing inquiries.

Herman-Walrond says she first met Fogle in 2006 when he appeared as a guest on her radio program, at which point he reportedly referred to middle-school girls as "hot." The presumably extensive conversations were promptly handed over to the FBI, eventually resulting in predictably disturbing charges against Jared Fogle. Dr. Phil is unveiling the undercover audio in two parts, starting with Thursday’s broadcast.