Rachel Brock, the 22-year-old daughter of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, pleaded guilty to two counts of child abuse with sexual motivation this afternoon, court officials tell New Times.
Read about the entire Brock family sexual circus here.
Brock was originally charged with seven counts of sexual conduct with a minor and one count of furnishing obscene materials to a minor for abusing the same teen boy her mother, Susan, pleaded guilty in January to abusing.
Susan Brock was initially charged with 15 sex-with-a-kid related crimes, but pleaded guilty to only three counts of attempted sexual conduct with a minor. She was later sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Under the agreement, the younger Brock faces up to one year in jail and 10 years probation.
According to court documents obtained by New Times, the first time Rachel Brock had sexual contact with the boy was in July 2007, when he was 13 and she was 18.
Brock and the boy -- a family friend -- were together on a trip to California when she allegedly touched his penis.
About a month later, while parked in her car in front of her parents' home, Brock performed oral sex on the victim.
In another instance, Brock and the victim were watching a movie at Supervisor Brock's home when Rachel started rubbing the victim's back. The back rub escalated into another blow job, court records show.
In yet another case, Brock and the victim went to a property in Chandler owned by the Brock family and she blew him again.
A friend of the victim's told police he'd seen video of Brock masturbating that she sent to the minor victim, as well as several nude photos -- also sent by Brock to the victim.
While at football camp when the two were in eighth grade, the victim told his friend about what he'd been doing with Brock and showed him the video of her masturbating. The friend told police who interviewed the victim, who corroborated the friend's story.
Brock's sentencing is scheduled for August 17.
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