Actress films porn scene in campus library

Actress films porn scene in campus library
Australian adult film actress Angela White.

Australian adult film actress Angela White allegedly filmed some sexual acts in the library of the La Trobe University in Bundoora, Melbourne.

And it got the university all hot and bothered.

The actress shot a scene for her pornographic movie with her partner in the library, showing her between the bookshelves.

She then continued to reveal herself to her partner in the sexual role-play act, despite a student reading nearby, reported Australian newspaper Herald Sun.

The porn stars then continued with their act and moved on to the desks in the library.

A university representative said they are "shocked" and "appalled" by the footage, adding that they were unaware about the footage being shot in the library until they were informed by some of the students.

He said: "We knew nothing about the video footage until we were recently informed by some of our students.

"Permission was not sought, nor would it have been given. If requested, we would assist fully with any police investigation."

The act reportedly took place without any kind of permission and the video is believed to have been shot this year, while the library was open for use.

 

BIOLOGY CLASS

Triple M Web site notes that the students present in the library thought it was a "biology class that got out of hand with one of the lecturers".

Legal authorities informed Herald Sun that it "could be against the law" to make the footage public via online sources.

According to her biography on her website, Ms White graduated from the University of Melbourne with First Class Honours in Gender Studies in 2010.

She also stood in the 2010 Victorian state election as a contestant from the Australian Sex Party.

She has appeared on television and debuted on the Australian comedy series Pizza.

A Victoria Police spokesman said if the pair were caught in the act, they could have faced charges, including wilful and obscene exposure.

Ms White's Netherlands-based production company, AGW Entertainment, issued an apology after the incident blew up.

"AGW Entertainment B.V. regrets that the filming and/or posting of the video in question may have offended members of the public," the company said.

The company yesterday removed the trailer and full video from all servers and websites it leased, owned and operated.

This article was published on May 6 in The New Paper.

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