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OSU Student Turned In Teen Who Shot Library Porn Video

Thursday, January 29, 2015

 

The teen who shot a webcam video in Oregon State University's Valley Library was turned in by a student at the university. 

Kendra Sunderland, 19, was issued a citation for public indecency by the Oregon State Police after a video made by the former student, posted to the website pornhub months ago, came to the attention of school and police officials. 

A police log of the citation, issued Jan. 27, lists a 20-year-old woman, Kaitlyn Yarnell, as the complainant. OSU staff confirmed the same woman is currently enrolled at the school.

Yarnell denies filing the complaint. She told GoLocalPDX the complaint was sent to the Oregon State Police, using the email application on her computer, by one of her seven female roommates, all of whom are OSU students.  She said the email was sent from her computer without her knowledge.   When contacted through Facebook earlier Thursday, Yarnell denied any and all involvement. Within hours her Facebook page was inaccessible. 

She said her roommates learned of the video when fellow students, some of them members of an OSU fraternity, began sharing the video on social media. 

The Oregon State Police, who handle security on the OSU campus, were contacted on Tuesday.

"On January 27, 2015 at approximately 2:30pm I was tasked to looking into a complaint of a video of a female that was posted to a pornographic site claiming that the solo act that was being performed occured in the Oregon State University Library," the police log, provided by the Oregon State Police, written by Senior Trooper Christopher Graves, reads. "I was able to identify the suspect as the female and she admitted that she perfomed the act in the OSU Valley Library back in October."

Sunderland was arrested, cited, and released. 

The video is watermarked with "Reptcams.com," a company based in Ocna Mures, Romania, according to a report by domaintools.com. Reptcams denies any connected to the video.

Lively discussions on online forums such as Reddit indicate some students grapple with the decision to "cam" in order to offset the costs of their tuition. 

Editor's note: the current version of this story reflects an updated statement from Kaitlyn Yarnell and an updated description of Reptcams.com. 

 

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