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How's this for weird and certainly not legal. An Arizona mother and her daughter have been accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy for three years. That's weird and odd in and of itself. But here's the twist that makes it Legally Weird worthy: they allegedly sexually abused the boy separately and without knowledge that the other had a relationship with him.
Susan Brock, 48 allegedly met the boy for sexual relations that started when he was 13. Rachel Brock, 21 also had a relationship with the boy, which allegedly included sending nude photos and videos of herself, or "sexting." The victim, who is now 17, said that Susan Brock regulary took him in her car to secluded areas where she molested the boy, police said, the New York Daily News reports. Rachel Brock, allegedly molested him at her family's house. Police have said that there are not allegations of sexual intercourse by Rachel or Susan Brock.
"You have a situation where you have a mother who's abusing a juvenile victim, seemingly unknowingly to the daughter, or vice versa, and the daughter is also abusing the same victim," said Chandler Police Sgt. Joe Favazzo, The Associated Press reports. "I just can't imagine a mother and daughter having this conversation, and the investigators say they don't have anything indicating the two of them knew about it."
Rachel Brock was arrested last week on three counts of sexual misconduct with a minor after her mother was arrested in October on 15 child-abuse counts. Sexual assault is the crime of subjecting a person to sexual touching that is unwanted and offensive. Sexual assault charges can arise from behavior ranging from sexual groping or assault/battery, to attempted rape.
Fulton Brock, husband and father was deeply upset. "I have filed to divorce my wife. I cannot divorce my daughter," Brock said. "She is my blood. I will always be her dad. And she needs me now more than ever."
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