Kendra Sunderland Pleads Not Guilty For Filming Library Porn Video

Kendra Sunderland OSU

Kendra Sunderland, who was arrested in late January for filming porn and exposing her genitals at the OSU library last fall, pleaded not guilty to the charge on Thursday.

According to Benton County Circuit court documents, Sunderland, 19, made the plea before Judge Lock A. Williams, along with her attorney, Mark Flinn.

Sunderland was “cited by Oregon State Police Trooper Christopher Graves for public indecency,” according to Oregon Live. She was accused of shooting an adult video of herself performing a solo sex act inside the school library. The video was allegedly recorded on Sunderland’s laptop. According to the citation dated on February 17, Sunderland was performing on the adult chat site My Free Cams while visiting the Valley Library in October 2014.

Kendra Sunderland on her Twitter profile.

Sunderland told investigators that she’s not sure who leaked the video. It’s been rumored that one of Sunderland’s classmates could have leaked the library porn video. Mike Flinn told KEZI that someone else recorded the library porn video without her consent. Meanwhile, some think it’s another webcam girl from the same adult chat site who outed the former cam model.

If convicted, Sunderland could face up to a year in jail. She revealed in a recent interview about how she felt when her library porn video went viral.

“It’s very overwhelming. It’s not something I’ve had to deal with or thought would ever happen to me, but I just make the best of it and not try to hide in my room and cry about it.”

The aspiring model said she didn’t know she was being recorded by someone else at the time. Sunderland says she was recording a “private online show” that she describes as “strictly business.”

“I think it’s normal for a college campus, you know. College kids do crazy things, they party, they do fun things and experiment and it’s not really a big deal. I think it’s more shocking to other people not on campus than it is for people on campus.

“I don’t object to it. I definitely have some remorse and regret for it. I just have to make the best of it. I have to look at the positives and the negatives are clear.”

Sunderland is shifting her focuses on creating another business. She wants to launch a sugar dating site for ambitious yet broke college girls. According to a previous Inquisitr report, Sunderland wants to help women find men who are willing to help them out financially.

Kendra Sunderland is scheduled to make another court appearance on April 28 at 8:30 a.m. Sunderland’s attorney, Mike Finn, is hoping that this will get resolved before they head back to the Benton County courthouse. Kendra Sunderland reportedly signed an autograph for a fan as she left the courthouse on Thursday.

[Image: Kendra Sunderland/Facebook]