Alexandria Morra will plead not guilty to streaming library sex show

The Windsor woman accused of streaming live sex shows from two branches of the Windsor Public Library will plead not guilty to one count of committing an indecent act, according to her lawyer Patrick Ducharme.

CBC investigation found dozens of sexually explicit performances seen live online from 2 libraries

Alexandria Morra, seen here in a screen grab from a sex show streamed at the Riverside branch of the Windsor Public Library, goes by 'lilsecrett' online. (Screen Grab)

The Windsor woman accused of streaming live sex shows from two branches of the Windsor Public Library will plead not guilty to one count of committing an indecent act, according to her lawyer Patrick Ducharme.

Ducharme was retained by Alexandria Morra on the weekend.

Ducharme tells CBC he expects the case will go to trial.

Morra is charged with one count of committing an indecent act in a public place.

The charge follows a CBC investigation that uncovered dozens of sexually explicit performances that were seen live online from two libraries.

The woman in the videos used the screen name "lilsecrett."

She's due back in court in April.