LOS ANGELES — Kendra Sunderland, the Oregon State University student who was caught camming from her school library, has landed a contract with Penthouse.
She also has just completed her first shoot with Penthouse magazine.
Penthouse, along with its parent company FriendFinder Networks which operates Cams.com and AdultFriendFinder, came to a deal with Sunderland by offering the coed a four-page spread and interview in an upcoming issue of the magazine.
The 19-year-old college student told the New York Daily News she was hoping the hype brought on by the scandal might help jumpstart her modeling career.
"We have been following Kendra's story since it first broke and went viral," said Kenny Hawk, CEO for FriendFinder Networks. "We think slapping a struggling college student with over $6,000 in fines for something no one even saw in the first place is a little drastic; we believe in freedom and helping smart entrepreneurial women like Kendra become business owners in control of their future.
"Kendra is a beautiful woman, and we love the daring personality she brings to the table. We are honored that Kendra chose FriendFinder Networks and Penthouse to be the company that will help launch what is sure to be a long and fruitful career."
Sunderland will be featured in the April issue of Penthouse, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015.