Kendra Sunderland Is Back: See What The Former OSU 'Library Girl' Is Up To

Chanel Adams

What a difference a year makes. Kendra Sunderland used to be known as the former Oregon State University college student who was arrested for making an adult video inside her school's library. That controversial video catapulted Kendra's success and gave her the nickname "library girl."

Now Kendra Sunderland is back on social media. She has been weighing in on the debate about whether or not people should pay for adult entertainment online. Sunderland, 19, revealed that she doesn't care about giving her adult videos away for free since she has made plenty of money since that library incident.

"I was so broke at one point I couldn't buy myself McDonald's. It's the least I can do for now."

Sunderland's claim to fame was the hour-long video she made of herself in which she stripped and pleasured herself on camera for a live streaming audience. Not to mention, she also did it for the money. Sunderland was previously a cam model for the live webcam site MyFreeCams.

The video was posted online and immediately went viral overnight. It was uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo, and even adult video sites. To this day, it's not clear who posted the video of Kendra Sunderland inside the OSU library since that person never came forward. Some reports claimed it was another OSU student, while others think it was one of Sunderland's fellow cam girls who was jealous.

But according to Sunderland, it was recorded by someone who was watching the act as it happened. The unidentified person then uploaded it to various adult video sites such as PornHub, where Sunderland is a now a "verified porn star" thanks to that video alone.

Kendra supposedly took to her infamous Twitter after the incident, joking, "ThankGod I don't have classes anymore, it'd be so awkward. [sic]"

But the lewd show has cost her a public indecency charged, for which she faced a year in jail and a $6,250 fine. Sunderland pleaded guilty and was just fined $1,000, missing jail time. However, she garnered a lot of publicity from the controversy and landed contract deals with Penthouse and Playboy before the latter turned into a non-nude magazine. Sunderland also launched her own sugar baby business, her own line of sex toys, her first live adult website, and even landed a contract with Penthouse company FriendFinderNetworks that's supposedly worth six figures.

Although she has become sort of a celebrity of in her hometown of Salem, Oregon, the blonde beauty admits that the attention she receives is weird and oftentimes awkward.

"People would recognize me and stare. And I was kinda like, 'Yeah, I'm that girl. It's OK, you can talk to me like a normal person.' But they all just really stare."

— Hardcore Comedy Show (@HCComedyShow) January 18, 2016

— Kendra Sunderland (@KSLibraryGirl) January 18, 2016

— XBIZ (@XBIZ) January 16, 2016

— Lainie Speiser (@misslainie) January 16, 2016

"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.

"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."

"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 said, "I didn't want to work in an office all the time."

"Working a minimum wage job, there's people that are just mean to you when they're having a crappy day. On MyFreeCams, [users] had nothing but nice things to say. And I made way more than I would working any other job."

[Photo Courtesy of Kendra Sunderland/Facebook]