This week, during the sentencing of former Subway fast food chain spokesman, Jared Fogle, who was convicted of having sex with minors and possession of child porn, it was revealed he gave his wife $7,000,000. As Fogle apologized to his victims and family, Judge Tanya Walton Pratt, interrupted regarding his wife and stated, "You gave your wife $7 million, so she’ll be OK."
The question is, should Fogle's wife be allowed to keep the $7,000,000. While she was not blamed for or convicted of anything in the case, it is fitting the bulk of his multi-million dollar estate, go to the many underage girls and boys he molested, sexually violating them in cruel acts that should never have occurred. Under the circumstances, it is the right thing to do.
Here's hoping with the court's permission, lawyers will address the matter and sue on behalf of the underage victims to at least bring them financial compensation after the terrible ordeal they were put through. Some of the underage girls and boys were victims of forced prostitution, while others were abused without their parents knowledge or consent.