Windsor police charge woman accused of streaming library sex shows
Josh K. Elliott, CTVNews.ca
Published Friday, March 6, 2015 12:50PM EST
Last Updated Friday, March 6, 2015 6:35PM EST
Windsor police have arrested a 21-year-old woman in connection with a series of explicit sex shows allegedly filmed at public libraries in the area.
Warning: This story contains details some readers may find offensive.
Police have not identified the woman, but CTV News has learned her name is Alexa Morra, of Windsor, Ont.
She turned herself in to police on Friday morning and has been charged with committing an indecent act. She has been released on a promise to appear.
Morra's lawyer, Tyler Jones, said he has advised his client not to speak to the media, but said she is co-operating with police.
"I can say that she's been very co-operative … she's complied with all of their demands," he told CTV Windsor.
The arrest comes after numerous videos surfaced earlier this week of a woman exposing herself and masturbating on camera at what appear to be two Windsor public library branches. The videos were recorded as live Internet chats by a user named "Lilsecrett" for the porn site My Free Cams.
Police say the videos appear to have been recorded at Windsor’s Riverside and Fontainebleau public library branches.
"There are at least two library locations that we’re dealing with," said Sgt. Matthew D’Asti. "However, there may be additional locations that we're not aware of."
D’Asti says investigators are looking into allegations that another video may have been recorded at a Tim Hortons restaurant.
A lawyer for the webcam site said Thursday that My Free Cams has terminated its relationship with Lilsecrett "for violating company policies that are posted on the website."
My Free Cams prohibits models from appearing with men on camera or performing in public places.
Lilsecrett's videos show her revealing her breasts, buttocks and genitals in the presence of others, including men, at a public library. The library patrons appear to be unaware of her actions.
One video shows the woman covering herself up to answer questions from a young girl, who seems to be unaware of the salacious acts. Another video shows two individuals interrupting Lilsecrett while she is openly masturbating for the camera. She is then asked to leave the library.
Library officials acknowledged earlier this week that a woman was asked to leave one of its branches for "suspicious behaviour" in January.
Lilsecrett posted dozens of videos filmed at library branches from October to January.
D’Asti says Windsor police have received "numerous phone calls" from people with information about the woman shown in the videos.
He added that additional charges may be laid as the investigation unfolds.
Anyone with information in the case is asked to contact police.
Morra is scheduled to appear in court on April 15.
With files from CTV Windsor