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Sonichu comic book creator Chris Chan arrested for ‘incest’ after claims she sexually assaulted family member

'SICK & TWISTED'

SONICHU comic book designer Chris Chan has been arrested amid claims she sexually assaulted a family member.

Cops conducted a welfare check at a home in Ruckersville, Virginia on Friday, The Sun can confirm.

The blogger and YouTube star, 39, whose full name is Christine Weston Chandler, is currently being held at Henrico County Regional Jail West in Virginia.

Henrico County Sheriff Alisa Gregory told Newsweek: "Christine Weston Chandler is currently being held in our Jail West facility on one count of incest and awaiting arraignment in Greene County, Virginia."

Sheriff Gregory was unable to provide further details relating to the arrest, but added "the criminal charges are not for Henrico County, but Greene County."

She was booked at 8.23pm on Sunday in relation to incest, according to the Henrico County Sheriff's website.

In her last Facebook post on July 12, the designer said she had cut her mom's hair.

On May 10, she wished her mom a Happy Mother's Day by uploading a post on Facebook and sharing a series of pictures throughout the years.

Chris Chan is the creator of the Sonichu and Rosechu online comic book series.

Sonichu appears to be a crossover between Pokémon and Sonic the Hedgehog.

The series sees the main character Chris Chan standing her ground against witches, evil cops, and internet trolls.

The designer has over 50,000 subscribers on her YouTube page where she last posted five days ago.

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