New surveillance footage released on Friday shows one of Obama's former senior officials taking a picture up a woman's skirt in July 2016 at a D.C. Metro station.
William Mendoza, who was Obama's director of the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education, pleaded guilty to a single count of attempted voyeurism after he resigned from his position in November 2016, the Daily Mail reported earlier this year.
Mendoza, who was making $140,000 a year working for Obama, was only given a 90-day suspended prison sentence in addition to a $100 fine and one-year probation.
The Daily Mail reports that "the video footage taken on July 5, 2016, contains five segments, put together as part of the Metro Police Transit Department (WMATA) investigation into Mendoza’s conduct."
In the fourth segment, Mendoza can be seen following the woman up an escalator, bending down with the light on his cell phone turned on and taking the picture.
Mendoza was arrested after the woman and three other people complained about his behavior to the police. His arrest and conviction was not disclosed by the Obama administration, as the Daily Mail had to file a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to obtain the information.