Maricopa County Craziness

Rachel Brock Re-Arrested for Alleged Sex With Same Teen Her Mom's Convicted of Bedding

Straight from the seemingly endless saga that is the Brock family sex scandal: Rachel Brock, daughter of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, was re-arrested last week and charged with the same sex-with-a-kid-related charges she faced when she was originally arrested last December.


The child Brock is accused of getting busy with is the same teen her mother was convicted of molesting. Get all the dirty details here.

Brock originally was arrested on December 30, but she was released because charges against her were not filed by the Chandler Police Department within 48 hours of her arrest.

But Brock's back in the joint -- she was arrested at her home Friday afternoon and charged with five counts of sexual conduct with a minor and one of furnishing obscene materials to a minor -- all non-bondable offenses.

Her county supervisor father issued a statement about the re-arrest of his daughter, which you can read below:

The heartbreak continues. I have learned my daughter has been re-arrested. I have not yet seen a copy of the formal charging documents. My understanding is that my daughter is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a minor when she was 18 years old. My goal was always to lead my family in living a life of doing right and following God's laws. The accusations about my daughter and her mother these past months have been heartbreaking and disappointing. I love my daughter, and as I said before when these issues first came up, she is my blood. I will always be her father and intend to be there for her and do the best I can. As a person of faith, I ask for your continued prayers.

At the end of the statement, Brock's PR flack, Jason Rose, noted that the county supervisor's divorce from his prison-bound wife is nearly final -- despite the fact that Brock's reportedly been  bringing his son-to-be-ex food during "special visits." Read about that here.

Susan Brock will be placed on lifetime probation and faces anywhere from seven to 15 years in prison when she's sentenced next month.
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