However, the video isn't child pornography, he said."The child is not involved in the explicit sex act, the child just so happens to be in the background. However, it doesn't fall into child pornography," Diotte said.
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Pope said library staff banned the woman who was taking photos at the Riverside branch."We've asked her to leave from this facility for inappropriate behaviour," she said during an interview at the Riverside branch.
"We were notified by a customer that there was inappropriate behaviour happening here."The next time the patron came in, we notified her that kind of behaviour was not appropriate in a public place and she was to leave.
The woman, who appears to be in her twenties and used the screen name "lilsecrett," streamed video of herself flashing her breasts, masturbating and using sex toys in front of a webcam while seated at the Riverside and branches of the library.On a couple of occasions, lilsecrett interacts with children and other library users in a non-sexual nature.In one video, she's interrupted by a girl, who appears to be about seven years old, and tells her she should go find her parents.According to the website's rules for models, unauthorized people, minors, children and babies may not be on camera or in the same room."The particular model in question was terminated for violation of company policy," My Free Cams lawyer Lawrence G. "Since these are internal personnel matters, our client does not publicly discuss the reasons for specific contract terminations."Windsor Public Library CEO Kitty Pope is not aware of any sex shows being streamed from any branch, but she did say a complaint was made about a woman taking photos of her genitalia.After watching two videos shown to her by CBC, Pope believes the woman who was taking photos may have been lilsecrett.