INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA UNITED STATES 10/23/2015
Jared Fogel’s people have hand delivered a million dollars in checks to the people he victimized, and more money is on the way.
According to the online magazine TMZ, Katie Fogle had no idea her husband was involved with underage sex. She filed divorce papers listing the date of separation as the same day formal charges of sex with underage girls was added to Fogel’s current charges of possessing child pornography.
Prosecutors held their cards close to the vest until they filed formal charges yesterday, detailing Jared’s sexual liaisons with underage girls.
Katie expressed shock when she announced yesterday she was going to divorce Jared. Bottom line … it seems the underage sex charges were an enormous, hideous surprise.
As for the divorce … she says she’ll offer a specific custody proposal when the judge hears the case, but wants to make it clear the order should be in the best interests of the couple’s 2 kids.
She says she wants the financial assets divided in a “just and reasonable” manner.
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