This former Kentucky coed was summa cum rowdy.
A Bluegrass State bad girl has gone viral for a wild medley of 11 mugshots and the crimes that accompanied them after the images were posted on Instagram.
Rayanna Belle Brock, 23, has been busted for everything from shoplifting to terrorism — and appears to have enjoyed many of her misadventures judging from the booking images.
With her girl-next-door looks and joyous grin, Brock vaulted to internet fame last week after the images were featured in a popular Instagram reel.
The chronicle of chaos appeared on the popular “mugshawty” account — which posts notable arrest portraits from across the nation.
The former Eastern Kentucky student began collecting the shots back in 2018 with a theft bust when she was only 18.
Brock’s most recent image shows her smiling widely in an orange prison jumpsuit in 2020 after being collared for terroristic threatening and stalking.
She appeared particularly proud of one bust in Stanford, Kentucky where she was arrested for stealing a car, crashing it, and then returning it to her dormitory.
“This is one of my favorites,” she remarks in the comments section.
Brock’s fanbase thirsts for more than the release of each image — with some demanding more of an explanation of her history.
“We need a f—king documentary on this mugshawty,” wrote one commenter.
Others were less flippant, calling for Brock to seek out help to avoid an unfortunate end.
“This chick is crying out for help,” they wrote. “She’s gonna get herself killed at an early age if she doesn’t get a handle on it.”
Sadly, Brock informs her fans that both her own parents are currently behind bars.
The one-woman crime wave’s other offenses include “wanton endangerment of a police officer,” stealing a firearm, and drug offenses.
In 2021, she was charged with stealing a taser and hat out of a state trooper’s car in Virginia, according to one of the posts.
Brock jumps into the comments on all of her mugshots and appears to be enjoying her sudden notoriety.
“Y’all it’s me again I’m just happy to be here honestly,” she states on one post, urging gawkers to follow her account.
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