She turned herself in at the Windsor Police Service headquarters at 7 a.m. Friday. She faces one count of performing indecent acts. She was arrested and released on a promise to appear in court. She has yet to make a court appearance.
I don't get it. 50 videos were made, yet she was charged with only one count of indecency. Why was she not charged with 50 counts?
Police are not releasing her name.
CBC News has confirmed the woman arrested is 21-year-old Alexa Morra of Windsor.
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. The most recent one was evidently streamed in January.
The videos show a model using the screen name "l....." flashing, masturbating and using sex toys in the library, sometimes with unsuspecting library users, including kids, nearby.
She appears to be using her own camera-equipped laptop computer, rather than computers in the library.
The videos remain archived and for sale online. I thought there was a law in Canada against profiting from criminal activity? Surely, this qualifies as criminal activity.
Ms Morra is obviously a talented entrepreneur, unfortunately, the world doesn't need more talented entrepreneurs, but they could use some moral ones, which Ms Morra isn't. If she is not prosecuted and sentenced appropriately, you will soon see a wave of pornography filmed in daylight, in public places, with the most outrageous getting the highest financial return.