A pre-trial date for the woman accused of streaming live sex shows from two Windsor Public library branches has been set for late May.

Alexandria Morra, 21, was not in court Wednesday.

Lawyer Jamie Lesperance appeared on behalf of Morra’s regular council, Patrick Ducharme. Lesperance told reporters Morra will not be present at the next appearance on May 22.

Morra is charged with one count of indecent act. Ducharme previously told CTV News she will plead not guilty to the charge.

The court action stems from dozens of live sex shows streamed online under the pseudonym “Lilsecrett.”

Police say the sexually explicit videos were allegedly filmed at the Riverside and Fountainbleu branches of the Windsor Public Library over a three-month period.