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Fogle's sexual disorder treatment to be secret

Posted at 4:33 PM, Sep 18, 2015

INDIANAPOLIS -- A federal judge has granted a request to keep secret where former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle plans to get treatment for his sexual disorder. 

Fogle admitted in August to receiving visual depictions of minors engaging in sexually explicit conduct, and to traveling to New York City for sex with at least two minors.

Under the plea agreement, Fogle agreed he would get medical help as well as a payout of $1.4 million to 14 victims.

The location of his treatment site and the amount of time he will be there will be sealed.

A sentencing date in Fogle's case was set for Nov. 19. 

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