Woman pleads guilty for illicit OSU library video; ordered to pay fine

Kendra Sunderland following court appearance in February

A woman facing charges for a webcam video that was shared online showing her exposing and touching herself in an Oregon State University library pleaded guilty in court Thursday.

Kendra Sunderland, 20, was cited by police in January after investigators received reports about the video shot in the Valley Library on the OSU campus.

She told FOX 12 in February that she didn't know she was being recorded and thought it was a private online show that she described as being "strictly business."

Investigators said other people were nearby in the library at the time.

"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," Sunderland said in February.

At the time she was cited, OSU administrators said she was no longer an OSU student.

Sunderland pleaded guilty to the charge of public indecency Thursday and was sentenced to pay a $1,000 fine, with no additional penalties imposed against her.

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