19-Year-Old Banned From College Library For Making Naughty Video
Kendra Sunderland spent a lot of time in her college library, but not for reasons one might think. She was filming her own naughty videos. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
As a 19-year-old Freshman at Oregon State University, Kendra Sunderland spent a lot of time in the library. What could be wrong with that?
Sunderland told INSIDE EDITION, "You know, I'm known as the library girl."
But Kendra is getting attention across the nation for all the wrong reasons. So, what did Kendra do? She made a very, very naughty live webcam from of all places, the university library. Now she's trying her best to explain herself in this INSIDE EDITION exclusive.
"The idea of being there, someone could catch me all of the sudden. You know, what would I do?" Sunderland explained.
INSIDE EDITION asked Sunderland , "Are you shocked at how far you went on that video?"
She responded, "Watching it as it went on I was like, oh my goodness, why did I do that?"
More than a million people saw the video online. Unfortunately for Kendra, that included local police.
She now faces a $6,000 fine for lewd behavior and a year in jail, and Kendra said her parents were not happy about it.
Sunderland told INSIDE EDITION, "She [mom] doesn't like anything that has to do with it and I'm sure my Dad doesn't either."
Kendra left school after the incident and is now banned from setting foot on campus.
She explained to INSIDE EDITION, "I kind of expected that. I was a little upset. I still wanted to go to the basketball games, I really liked those."
Not anymore, Kendra.
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