A former college student in Kentucky is going viral after recently dubbing herself the "queen of chaos" and happily posting many of her 11 mug shots to social media.
Rayanna Belle Brock, 23, has been arrested at least 11 times for offenses ranging from shoplifting in March 2018 to terror-related crimes in 2020 and allegedly stealing a trooper's hat and taser from his vehicle in 2021, DailyMail.com reported.
The former East Kentucky University student even seems to openly celebrate her trouble with the law.
"Let's normalize being juvenile delinquents instead of teenage dirtbags," she wrote alongside video reel of her mugshots in 2022.
Rayanna, who now reportedly works as a consultant, also has an Instagram Stories reel under the heading "mugshawty." In many of her mug shots, Rayanna smiles, seemingly unbothered by her jail stints. "One thing about me ima smile," she wrote with a booking photo from Dec. 15, 2021 — which came eight days after she was arrested for marijuana possession and receiving stolen property.
She once shared that her "favorite" mug shot was taken in September 2020. She is currently on a pre-trial diversion one-year correction course, according to the Kentucky Online Offender Lookup.
Legal issues seem to run in the family, as the Gen Zer has claimed that her mother is in jail and her father is serving time in prison.
Over the past five years, Rayanna has turned into somewhat of an online celebrity, and many of her Instagram followers comment on her arrest record.
"Hey rayanna, big fan of your work. Keep breaking the law baby girl," one person recently wrote. Another claimed the blonde beauty was "breaking laws and breaking hearts." Another person encouraged a career change or a move. "Please find a new hobby. You seem to be really bad at being a criminal. That……or move here to Florida, where everything you do is pretty common," the follower joked.
She's also often referred to as "mugshot girl." One person assumed, "I bet your list of followers has grown cuz of those cute mugshots."
According to DailyMail.com, Rayanna recently began posting religious quotes to Instagram, but those messages no longer appear on her page.