Kendra Sunderland, who was arrested and charged in February with public indecency following the release of an explicit video she made of herself masturbating in the library at Oregon State University, has released her first works for adult industry distributor Pipedream. Sunderland’s collection debuted at the ECN/IVD show in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the company announced. Sunderland, 19, appeared at the show and offered fans a chance to take photos with her and have their merchandise signed, adult industry news website XBIZ reported.

Sunderland gained notoriety for shooting the webcam video in Oregon State’s library. It was uploaded to the popular porn website Pornhub.com from an unknown source and generated more than 300,000 views in a matter of days, resulting in Sunderland leaving the university. She has since started the site DateBrokeGirls.com, a so-called dating service that matches wealthy men with young women of lesser means, created to “keep [college girls] from getting naked in the library and help use it to study.” She is also said to have signed agreements with the Web editions of men’s magazines Playboy and Penthouse, according to various media reports.

Sunderland is still facing legal repercussions for her library shoot. She recorded the video during library hours while other students walked by. If found guilty, she could spend time behind bars. The charges carry the potential for a possible year in jail and a $6,250 fine.

In the meantime, she is making the most of her newfound online notoriety. In addition to her collection with Pipeline and reported deals with Playboy and Penthouse, Sunderland is also partnering with Penthouse parent company FriendFinder Networks to create PlayWithKendra.com, a website devoted to her own cam shows, Huffington Post reported in February. The site reported FriendFinder Networks CEO Ken Hawk said her deal could be worth six figures.

Now in the world of full-time professional porn, Sunderland said she’s going to be a much more regular presence.

"I have to take it more seriously,” she told Huffington Post. “Before, I used to stop camming once I got paid. Now if I want to build a following, I have to be on more regularly.”