Kendra Sunderland became a viral sensation overnight. The former college student and webcam model spoke out about the infamous library video that has shot her to fame. Kendra also received a citation for public indecency. She said that she hopes the hype will help catapult her into modeling and adult entertainment.
Sunderland, 19, knew that her library video would come to light of day, someday. But she didn't expect it to happen so quickly. Sunderland told the Daily News about how she reacted when she learned her adult video became viral.
"When I first started working for MyFreeCams, I was hoping that it would open to modeling and doing magazines and shoots like that. I knew that eventually everyone would see everything about me and see me naked. I just didn't think that would happen so fast and have my actual name on it."Sunderland has been charged with public indecency after allegedly masturbating on video in the Valley Library last October, according to a report on the Huffington Post. If convicted, she could face up to a year in jail or a $6,250 fine. Sunderland has also been banned from MyFreeCams for violating their guidelines and filming in a public place.
Sunderland was a student at Oregon State University when she filmed the video, but she has since dropped out. Sunderland says she has no regrets about taking off her clothes or performing sex acts. She admits that she's quite comfortable with her body.
"I'm not like most other girls that are insecure with their bodies or don't want to show off. I've always been the type of girl who's not afraid to show off, so I didn't feel weird about it."Sunderland wants to continue doing this for a long time. According to a recent report on the Inquisitr, she wants to become a Playboy model. Sunderland also admitted that she's done a professional photo shoot and she's received numerous offers within the past week. She didn't say where the offers came from. An adult site called BangYouLater has offered to pay Sunderland's fine.
Sunderland has also received her share of cruel messages from online bullies and trolls, according to the Gospel Herald. She responded to some of them on Facebook.
"Don't like me? Cool U probably don't even know me. Think I'm stupid? Join the club. Point is Idgaf what u do with Ur life so don't worry about what I do with mine. People who have nice things to say feel free to comment, If u wanna talk shit keep it to yourself and unfollow me. Simple as that comment for a follow back... spread the love people. [sic]"The report also believes that there are similarities between Sunderland and the late Alyssa Funke, who ended her own life after enduring countless bullying from classmates after auditioning for a porn video via a website. The comments Funke received on her Facebook and Twitter accounts were "relentless."
Several people have also made fake Twitter and Facebook accounts in Sunderland's name. She also received so many friend requests on Facebook that she can't receive anymore. However, Sunderland insists that users on MyFreeCams had nothing but nice things to say about her.
What do her parents think about her Kendra Sunderland library video? They're "upset" that their daughter is known as "library girl." Sunderland's mom told her, "This is just something you can learn a lesson from and move on."
[Image: Kendra Sunderland/Facebook]