A controversial vlogger has been arrested in Virginia for incest — after audio was leaked online of her allegedly confessing to regular sex with her dementia-ridden mom, according to reports.
Comic character creator Christine Weston Chandler, known online as Chris Chan, was busted in Richmond on Sunday and later transferred to Central Virginia Regional Jail, where she is being held without bail, officials confirmed to The Post.
Greene County Sheriff’s Office confirmed in a Facebook post that Chandler was charged with one count of incest, calling Chandler “he” despite the trans vlogger’s preferred pronouns.
Her arrest came a day after the sheriff’s office “received information involving sex crimes against a family member,” the sheriff’s office said, confirming Chandler and the alleged victim both live in the county.
“This is an ongoing investigation with additional charges pending,” the sheriff’s office said.
The 39 year old — who is also known online as Sonichu — already faces up to 12 years in prison if convicted of the single count of incest, ABC7 noted.
The arrest came after a taped phone call was leaked allegedly catching Chandler confessing to having sex with her 79-year-old mother, whom she repeatedly featured in her online postings and has revealed suffers from dementia, according to Insider as well as local ABC station.
Calling it “incest fan” fiction come true, the person on the tape who is alleged to be Chandler said that her mom “made the first move,” admitting she was “partially confused” and “it took a few tries” to get right, the reports said.
They would go on to have sex “every third night” — but had an “open relationship,” the voice purported to be Chandler told an unidentified woman in the clip.
The audio suggested Chandler — who ABC7 said is autistic — admitted it happened when she was “very, very horny” — and that “God … said it was OK.”
Chandler appeared to be aware of her impending arrest in her last Twitter post on Friday.
“Today’s Collective Card, appropriately, is Turning In,” she wrote, featuring an image from Collective, a community-created card game.
“There is drama in the air today. Each and every one of you all are encouraged to withdraw from any and all dramas, gossip, rumors, and whatever else will, and already has, approached your way today,” she wrote.
Her arrest had been filmed by blogger Ethan Ralph, showing her led away from a Regency Inn in handcuffs as someone shouted at her, “Go to church!”
“I am compliant, I am good like this, Chandler called out to those filming her being detained by three officers.
“I am Chris Chan Sonichu, your Goddess Blue Heart and I continue to stand strong and I maintain everything with CWCville and my Sonichu, Rosechu and everybody,” she shouted of her cartoon creations.
“I keep in good faith — everything is going to work out,” she shouted — even joking that it “felt good” when one of the officers frisked her around her chest.
Chandler has featured her mother on her social media pages several times over the years, most recently on July 11, when she shared photos of her sporting a new haircut.
“Barbie Chan got a styling haircut. I did that; first time cutting anyone’s hair. It looks really good,” she wrote.
In May, Chandler shared a series of photos of her mother as a younger woman as part of a tribue.
“Hi, Mom. Remember, everyone, regardless of situation, your Mom, Mother, or Motherly Figure had a life and past of her own back in the day before you came along. She has gone through a lot for not only you and yours, but herself as well,’” Chandler wrote.
The pair were previously arrested 10 years ago after Barbara hit a local game store manager with her car, leading them to pay a fine and undergo community service and a year of probation, The Sun said.
Chandler was also given a suspended jail sentence for Macing a GameStop worker in 2014, the outlet said.