Model films X-rated tapes in public libraries in a bid to charm the public
By Mirror | March 9th 2015
Canada: A young woman has been accused of streaming more than 50 live X-rated shows showing her performing sex acts in public libraries.
Alexandria Morra, 21, performing under the name Lislecrett, allegedly shot the X-rated porn-style films in libraries, just yards from families and children.
She turned herself into police in her home city of Windsor, Canada, after a CBS News investigation found that she recorded the films in local libraries.
Morra has been charged with performing an indecent act.
She is said to have streamed sexy encounters from the city's Riverside and Fontainebleau branch libraries in the past three months.
The brunette had been working as a contract model for Myfreecams.
However, she was later sacked as they have a policy that models do not perform any sexual acts in public places, according to The National Post.
Windsor Library CEO Kitty Pope told news.com: "We were pretty shocked.
"We learned about a young person in the library in January who was taking inappropriate pictures of herself.
"When staff discovered this, they tried to find out who she was. She wouldn’t identify herself so they asked her to leave.”
Morra is also being investigated amid claims she also streamed movies from a coffee shop in the city, according to CTV.
Her lawyer Tyler Jones, told the Windsor Star: "It’s been very stressful, of course. There has been an unanticipated amount of attention brought to this.
"But she is doing well under the circumstances.
“I can say she has been co-operative with the police. She’s complied with all their demands.
"As per my direction, she will not be communicating with the media for the duration of this matter."
The films appear to echo those of Kendra Sunderland who became an online sensation after she bared her breasts and fondled herself in a university library.
The video of the 19-year-old Oregon State University student was shared over 250,000 times online.
Sunderland was later arrested and charged with public indecency, and could be jailed for up to a year and fined up to £4,000 if found guilty.
Morra has been released on bail until April 15.
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