A Kentucky teenager who calls herself the ‘Queen of Chaos’ has gone viral after sharing countless face shots and bragging about her catalog of crimes.
Rayna Belle Brock has been arrested at least 11 times, ranging from shoplifting in March 2018 to terrorism-related offenses in 2020 and theft of a firearm in January 2023.
The 23-year-old is a current student at Western Kentucky University and, according to her social, is a sorority member of Kentucky Chicks.
Relaying an Instagram story titled ‘MugSwati’ after popular accounts posting mugshots from across America, Brock shared his collection of 10-powerful headshots spanning the past five years, from ages 18 to 23.
He was arrested 11 times but the same facial shot was used twice in police documents.
Kentucky sorority girl Rayna Brock, 23, has gone viral after sharing countless shots of her face and bragging about her crime catalog.
The 23-year-old is a current student at Western Kentucky University and, according to her socials, is a member of Kentucky Chicks.
Brock’s latest post shows him wearing an orange prison jumpsuit with dyed blonde hair and smiling widely after being arrested in July 2020 for terroristic threats in the third degree and stalking in the second degree.
Kentucky-born Brock, who said both his parents are currently serving time in prison, shared the photo on Instagram alongside the caption: ‘I’m rockin’.
A person is guilty of terroristic threats in the third degree when they threaten to commit a crime to either cause ‘death or serious bodily injury to another person’ or to ’cause property damage’.
Kentucky criminal defense attorneys add the definition, which covers ‘intentionally making a false statement with intent to evacuate a building’ or public transportation system.
A person is guilty of stalking in the second degree when they intentionally push another person and make an implied or apparent threat that puts them in fear of sexual contact, physical injury, or death.
Sharing another beaming mugshot taken in Stanford, KY, just two months after he was arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, Brock said: ‘This is one of my favourites.
‘I stole a car, wrecked it and then brought it back to my hideout’.
Other people have also shared her mugshots, which are featured on the public ‘mugshawties’ account which has more than 327,000 followers, describing her as ‘so beautiful but equally a menace’.
Another said: ‘I wish I could make my GTA (Grand Theft Auto) Online character look like him’.
Brock’s first mugshot was taken on March 6, 2018, in Boyle County, KY, when he was arrested for endangering a police officer – a crime that puts someone at risk of serious injury or death – eluding police and shopping for items under $500.
His second face shot was just hours later, at 1 a.m. on March 7, 2018, in Boyle County, KY, apparently for the same crime as the day before.
A pouting Brock is pictured by police on January 7, 2019, after he was arrested in Fayette, KY for violating the terms of his probation for a first offense. The same face shot was used in police filings for Brock’s Nov. 25, 2021 arrest for failure to appear at a police station or courthouse as required by conditions of a previous arrest.
He was booked into the Boyle County Detention Center on July 19, 2020, charged with terroristic threats and stalking and with a $2000 bond.
Brock was pictured with his blonde hair slicked back on 16 September 2020 after being arrested for contempt of court
His mask was taken March 9, 2021 in Houstonville, KY after he was arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and criminal mischief in the first degree.
On November 26, 2021, Brock had his face shot for failing to appear at a police station or courthouse as required by conditions of a previous arrest.
Brock, 21, was arrested on December 7, 2021 in Houstonville, KY for several offenses including possession of marijuana and receiving stolen property.
Brock, who calls herself the ‘Queen of Chaos’, has been arrested at least 11 times for minor crimes, ranging from shoplifting in June 2018 to theft of a firearm in January 2023.
Other people have also shared shots of her face, which is featured on the public ‘mugshouties’ account, which has more than 327,000 followers.
Brock’s criminal activities have made local news before, with the Richmond Register reporting his 2021 arrest for allegedly stealing a state trooper’s hat and Taser from his car.
On December 7 of that year, Brock was charged with theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and third-degree possession of an unspecified drug.
Troopers went to Brock’s residence to ask him about the stolen items, and he produced a $157 hat and an $874 KSP-issued Taser from his bedroom with $10.30 in change.
They also found marijuana, Xanax tablets and a weed pipe in his room, along with a Family Dollar clothes basket still with the security tag attached.
Brock allegedly tried to blame someone else for stealing the soldier’s belongings and giving them to him.
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