Alexandria Morra accused of streaming sex shows from libraries
Windsor woman arrested today and charged with 1 count of performing an indecent act
A woman suspected of streaming more than 50 live sex shows online from two branches of the Windsor Public Library was arrested today and charged with one count of performing an indecent act.
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Police said they are not releasing the woman's name, but CBC News has confirmed through her lawyer that her name is Alexandria Morra, also known as Alexa.
The 21-year-old is from the Windsor area.
She turned herself in at the Windsor Police Service headquarters at 7 a.m. Friday. After being arrested and charged, she was released on a promise to appear in court.
Windsor lawyer Tyler Jones said he was retained by Morra and she is due in court on April 15.
The arrest came just days after a CBC News investigation discovered more than 50 videos were streamed live and recorded from the Riverside and Fontainebleau branches over a three-month span.
The first video appeared to be streamed in November of last year, with the most recent one streamed in January.
The videos show a model using the screen name "lilsecrett" flashing, masturbating and using sex toys in the library branches, sometimes with unsuspecting library users, including children, nearby.
She appears to be using her own camera-equipped laptop computer, rather than a library computer.
The videos remain archived and for sale online.