Kendra Sunderland Tweets: ‘It’s Too Awkward To Return To School’

Kendra Sunderland has made a name for herself on the Internet. The 19-year-old college student rose to fame after her pornographic video, shot inside the library at Oregon State University, went viral. Sunderland took to Twitter to address the situation. She told her followers that taking classes at OSU would be “awkward” during this time. The alleged webcam model was arrested and charged with public indecency.

Sunderland is referred to as Certified Freak, or @Meowmeows18 on Twitter. She tweeted, “Thank god I don’t have classes here anymore it’d be sooooo awkward.” Sunderland didn’t seem that embarrassed, though. According to a report on the International Business Times, she also shared some sexy selfies of herself with her 6,449 followers.

Sunderland later removed the tweet from her account. It’s unclear if the Twitter account really belongs to Sunderland. The account mainly retweets random quotes and photos, like most fake Twitter accounts and spam accounts do. These spam accounts usually look to have a large following. But Sunderland’s alleged Twitter account also shows a leak to her new website, which appears to be in the works.

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According to a recent Inquisitr report, the domain name kendrasunderland.net was registered on Jan. 30, three days after Sunderland was arrested for filming risqué material in a public place.

Kendra Sunderland’s infamous video is reportedly 30 minutes. It was uploaded to a major adult video host, but was later removed from the website. It’s unclear who leaked the video. Oregon State student Kaitlyn Yarnell denies being the snitch involved in the Sunderland library video. It’s also been rumored that another cam model from Russia leaked the video to the adult website.

Yarnell told GoLocalPDX that she didn’t file a complaint about Sunderland. She said that one of her roommates used her email account to send the complaint to the police. Yarnell claims that this incident happened without her knowledge.

“On January 27, 2015 at approximately 2:30pm I was tasked to looking into a complaint of a video of a female that was posted to a pornographic site claiming that the solo act that was being performed occured [sic] in the Oregon State University Library.”

“I was able to identify the suspect as the female and she admitted that she perfomed [sic] the act in the OSU Valley Library back in October.”

As for Kendra Sunderland, how will she pay off her fines? Sunderland was fined with $6,250 after she was arrested last week. An adult site is volunteering to pay off Sunderland’s fine. The adult site, named BangYouLater, wrote the following via email. A screenshot is available to view here.

“Dear Kendra Sunderland,”

“First and foremost let us state that we fully support what you’re doing. It’s not often that you see people who are confident enough to stand by their own actions, especially when those actions are of a sexual nature. we hope that you continue your career as a cam model and reap all the financial and emotional benefits that the profession has to offer.”

“We at BangYouLater would love to give you $6,250 USD to pay for the public indecency fine that you’ve allegedly been charged. Not as payment for some future act but just as a kindness to show our genuine support for what it is you’re doing. If you’re willing and able, we would like to fly you to our headquarters so that we can give you the money in person. Simply so that we can video record the transaction and become your bonafide advocates.”

“Let us know if you are interested and we will discuss the details with you further. Regardless of your decision we wish you all the best in your future endeavors.”

“Sincerely, The BangYouLater Team [all sic]”

It seems to be a matter of time before Kendra Sunderland accepts their offer. The cam girl is also accepting “business inquiries” on her alleged social media sites. Sunderland has yet to mention the adult site’s offer on Twitter. Still, it’s uncertain if Sunderland is really on Twitter. There have been several fake Twitter accounts created since the Kendra Sunderland library video was released last week.

[Image: Kendra Sunderland/Courtesy of Facebook]