Brock report reveals details on sexual encounters with teen

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PHOENIX – A report reveals new details in the case involving the estranged wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock.

Susan Brock, 49, is accused of having a sexual relationship with a teenage boy for years and now faces a prison sentence of seven to 15 years.

“I can tell you that she’s not receiving any special treatment and I’m certain from her end she doesn’t feel like she’s receiving any special treatment,” said Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery.

Brock has reached a plea deal that means that she and the victim will not have to testify and would therefore avoid an embarrassing trial.

“In trying to resolve a case short of trial and taking into account all of the considerations and interests of everybody involved, this is not an unusual resolution,” Montgomery said.

A police report reveals a three-year sexual relationship between Brock and the 17-year-old victim who was 14 years old when the relationship began.

According to the report, Brock would tell the boy “how his body had turned into a man’s body in the last couple of years.”

The sexual encounters often took place in the back of Brock’s car. The victim says Brock would sometimes “pick him up from football practice” and take off her “temple garments.”

The paperwork also says that, at one point, the families met with the LDS president where the victim’s father asked Brock if she was having sexual relationships with their son and she denied that she was.

The victim also says Brock would reportedly give him $100 after their encounters.

Her sentencing is scheduled for March 16. She will be on lifetime probation and will have to register as a sex offender for the rest of her life.