Trans influencer Rose Montoya has expressed regret for removing her top during a Pride celebration at the White House, acknowledging that her behavior was improper for an invited guest.

Rose finally spoke up on Friday, regretting showing out her breasts on the lawn of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and posting a video of the incident to social media.

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The White House has barred Rose from participating in future events as punishment for her act. She had defended her actions in the past, but that was before the suspension.

When Rose pulled down her dress to reveal her boobs on the South lawn with the Truman Balcony and a Pride flag in the background, she incited fury. Rose was one of the hundreds of guests invited by President Biden to a Pride event at the White House.

The White House criticized Rose’s behavior, calling them “inappropriate and disrespectful for any event,” when it announced her suspension.

The Idaho-born model was also shown getting the chance to meet the President and First Lady in the clips.

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“It is a privilege. As they shook hands, Montoya stated, “Trans rights are human rights.”

Footage also showed the president’s remarks, in which he described members of the LGBTQ+ community as “some of the bravest and most inspiring people” he has “ever known.”

Following backlash from conservatives who, according to Montoya, are attempting to exploit her film as evidence that the transgender community “grooms” young people, the model had responded with a video pointing out that going topless is not illegal in Washington DC.