Rachel Brock, Daughter of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, Arrested for Sex Acts With Same Child Mother's Accused of Molesting. WTF? *UPDATED*

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Like mother, like daughter...

Rachel Brock, the 21-year-old daughter of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock and his wife, Susan, who is currently in jail on multiple charges related to an alleged sexual relationship she had with an underage boy, has been arrested for partaking in sexual conduct with the same victim her mother is accused of molesting.

What the f***'s been going on at Fulton Brock's house?

According to the Chandler Police Department, the younger Brock's arrest is the result of an ongoing investigation into her mother.

According to the CPD, "Rachel Brock committed numerous acts of sexual conduct with a minor and at least one count of furnishing harmful items to a minor. At the time the crimes occurred the victim was under fifteen years of age, classifying them as dangerous crimes against children. The victim in this case is the same child allegedly victimized by Susan Brock."

Brock's been booked into a Maricopa County jail.

Fulton Brock has already filed for divorce from his wife -- the county supervisor, however, can't divorce his daughter.

We're in the process of getting court documents that should provide more details. Check back to Valley Fever later in the day for updates.

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