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The woman who made raunchy sex shows for an online audience in public places, believed to include public libraries in Windsor, Ont., has been fired by her employer.

A lawyer for a U.S.-based company that provides live webcam performances by female models says the woman was terminated as a model for violating company rules.

Lawyer Lawrence Walters of Walters Law Group in Longwood, Fla., says the woman was a contract model for website MyfreeCams.com.

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Walters said in an email Wednesday that the woman was fired "for violating company policies that are posted on the website."

Among things that are "absolutely forbidden" on camera by MyfreeCams.com are "actions that may be deemed obscene in your community" and "men on camera for any reason."

Police say they are confident some of the videos were shot at Windsor library branches, and that the woman would cover up when people walked past.

Videos circulating on the web show the woman exposing herself and masturbating, according to police.

"We are aware that these types of things happen on the web, however when this individual chooses to bring this to a public space it becomes a concern for us," Sgt. Matthew D'Asti said earlier this week.

She used her own laptop computer to stream the videos, D'Asti said.

Police believe the young woman also used Tim Hortons' coffee shops as the location for her shows but aren't sure of where they are because each one is so generic.

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D'Asti predicted they'll find the woman because she is "clearly visible in the videos."

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