Teen Porn Star Got Naked, Got Busted In Oregon State Library Video Frolic

Eric Owens | Editor

Police have issued a public indecency citation to a one-time student at Oregon State University — home of the Beavers — after she made a lengthy pornographic video in the main library.

The star of the one-woman show is Kendra Sunderland, 19.

Sunderland received the citation on Tuesday, area ABC affiliate KEZI reports.

The video, which has been variously described as between 17 and 31 minutes in its complete duration, includes full-on nudity.

The genesis of the video is not entirely clear. A watermark at one point shows the name “Reptcams” — a webcam website which bills itself as “adult roulette” where users “chaturbate.”

At least a portion of the video is also available on the porn site PornHub.com, notes KEZI.

The video shows a pink bubble gum-blowing Sunderland smirking into a laptop on a desk with library stacks clearly visible behind her.

She grabs and exposes her breasts. She types on her keyboard. She grabs and reveals her breasts a bunch more. The Smoking Gun reveals that Sunderland pulls down her jeans to exhibit her panties. She also turns around and grabs her own butt. And she exposes her full self and masturbates.

The Smoking Gun notes that Sunderland appears in a number of other sexually explicit photos and videos online.

Students at Oregon State are well aware of the video.

“It’s the buzz around campus,” student Clifford Harris told KEZI.

“And I don’t think it was a very appropriate thing to do,” Harris added gravely.

“I was surprised someone was in our library doing that,” another student, Shelby Wilson, told the station. “I feel like it’s always packed. I don’t know how anyone could get away with it.”

An Oregon State official noted the hugeness of the 23,000-undergraduate school’s library.

“Imagine six floors; 340,000 square feet,” OSU spokesman Steve Clark told KEZI. “It’s used by 30,000 people on average every week.”

Clark added that the school “does not condone this type of behavior” and that administrators want students “to feel safe.”

He urged any student witnessing a porn-in-the-library emergency to contact police immediately.

Sunderland, who did not register for classes this semester, faces up to a year in prison and a fine of up to $6,000 if she is convicted.

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