Kendra Sunderland has all the makings of a true American celebrity.
The 19-year-old cam girl, better known as "Library Girl," had a semi-secret sex tape -- filmed and streamed from an Oregon State University library -- that went viral, she was arrested and charged with public indecency, and in the most red-blooded American way, the whole ordeal made her famous enough for a spread in Penthouse and a new job.
Today, she's been erected to the top of the cam girl ranks. She has her own (NSFW) cam show site, PlayWithKendra.com, where users can pay to ask her to do anything under the sun. And that includes licking the bottom of her shoes and blowing bubble gum.
"This guy wanted me to sniff my armpits, which was kinda weird," she said on the HuffPost Weird News podcast (embedded above). "But I did it because I had just put deodorant on and they smelled good."
That said, some requests are a little too weird.
"Some guy asked me to lick the bottom of my shoe and slobber all over it," she said. "He’s paying me to do that, so I tried to play it off and pretend like I was doing it, and he’s like, ‘No, no really get in there,’ and I said 'OK bye!' It really weirds me out when guys have stuff like incest fetishes — I just don’t wanna talk about that stuff."
Sunderland is currently fighting her public indecency case over the OSU masturbation scene. She faces a misdemeanor, but she said she's worried that a judge might find her guilty as a sex offender, which means she would have to register and be labeled a sex offender for a long time. Her next hearing is later this month, but she said she's trying to stay positive.
You can hear Sunderland talk about all that and more on the HuffPost Weird News podcast, which is also available on iTunes. Please rate, review and subscribe on iTunes so we can keep bringing you the weirdest and coolest people on the web!
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