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“I’ve always been the type of girl who’s not afraid to show off, so I didn’t feel weird about it. and graduated from West Salem High School two years ago.
In the fall of 2013 she enrolled at Oregon State University in Corvallis, one of the state’s largest colleges.
It was friend requests — about a hundred, “all frat boys,” she said.
“So then I kind of knew something was going around.” She checked the anonymous gossip app Yik Yak and saw that Oregon State students were now talking about the “library girl.” By the end of that week, she was the webcam girl equivalent of a household name, with a criminal record to prove it.
Maybe Kendra had been hurt or killed in an accident.
She charged her phone and learned the real news: Sunderland, a 19-year-old former student at Oregon State University, had been cited by state police after a video of her stripping in the school’s library went viral.
Porn users started digging up and republishing other My Free Cams shows, several people made fake social media accounts in her name and she says she’s now been bombarded with so many Facebook friend requests that she can’t receive any more.
It also got her slapped with a citation from state police on Jan. She faces a fine of up to ,250 and up to one year in jail.
“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,” she said.
“When she turned her phone on, she was relieved a bit because she was thinking things way worse than that,” Sunderland told the Daily News in her first interview since her summons last week.
She said her mom told her, “This is just something you can learn a lesson from and move on.” But for Sunderland, her ticket wasn’t just a lesson — it was the big break she needed Sunderland told the Daily News she’s dreamed of posing for Playboy since she was a girl and wants to become a professional model.
“After that, I just thought about the consequences and what could've happened,” she said.