Another performer, Awesome Kate, who works for My Free Cams, told CBC's Q that women make an hour, on average.
She said money is one of the reasons she started performing.
Juju, who is based in Ohio, has been performing her own live shows for about six months and explained money is one of the driving forces behind performing in front of the camera in public places.
"A lot of models are making a lot of money doing it ...whether it's the library or at a public park." Juju said on the other side of the screen are members in chat rooms, requesting specific acts and sometimes locations — and they are willing to pay, sometimes a lot, to have their request fulfilled.Other times, models make their own requests for money.Public sex shows streamed online from libraries, parks and coffee shops are a big, lucrative business, according to a performer in the industry.A cam girl who goes by the name Juju, alerted CBC News about sex shows being streamed from branches of the Windsor Public Library, some with unsuspecting library users, including children, in the background.
At times members of the public can be seen interacting with the model.
A CBC News investigation into Juju's claim found more than 50 such shows were streamed by a cam model named lilsecrett from two branches over a three-month period.
She can be seen flashing her breasts, masturbating and using sex toys in the videos that are archived and still for sale online.
In one video, she is caught and asked to leave the Riverside branch.
CBC News has identified the woman in the graphic videos. CBC News is not disclosing her name because there are no criminal charges filed against her, and because there have been threats to her personal safety.
Juju said some women can make up to 0,000 a month.