A transgender model and activist has come under criticism for pulling off her top and touching her breasts minutes after shaking hands with President Biden at the White House, with opponents calling it a “international embarrassment.”

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Rose Montoya, 27, was photographed pulling down her dress and squeezing her exposed breasts in front of the Truman Balcony with the Pride flag flying in the background as she was among the many people invited to celebrate Pride at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on Saturday.

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Former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, who was convicted of tax evasion and lying to White House officials and served four years in jail before being pardoned by former President Trump, chastised Biden aides for allowing the prank to take place on White House grounds.

“OK, so who’s running the f***ing White House and allowing this deviant garbage to go on right outside the oval office?” Kerik stated.

Montoya shared the racy footage Monday to Instagram along with a spliced-together video of the event, where the president and first lady Jill Biden delivered speeches to the hundreds of invitees in attendance.

“Are we topless at the White House?” the person recording said in the video.

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

“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 responded with a video pointing out that going topless is not illegal in Washington, DC