The Town of Webster on Friday released police body camera footage of an interaction between a police officer and Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley.

In the April 22 video, Doorley appears combative toward the officer who had tried to pull her over for speeding.

After the officer says he doesn't understand Doorley's "hostility" toward him, she responds, "You're being [expletive]."

She continues, "I am the DA of Monroe County."

"I understand that," the officer replies, "but that doesn't give you a right to go 55 [mph] in a 35 [mph speed limit zone], and you even admitted to me that you went 55 [mph]."

Doorley then responds, "I don't care. I don't really care."

In the footage, the DA said she didn't know the officer was trying to pull her over.

The footage is at odds with the statement Doorley put out Thursday, in which she claimed to have realized the officer intended for her to stop and called the police chief while on the road to say it was her. In the footage, she was already out of her vehicle and calling the chief.

“Less than half a mile from my neighborhood, I noticed a Webster Police car behind me,” she said in her statement. “Once I realized that the intention of the car was to pull me over, I called the Webster Police Chief to inform him that I was not a threat and that I would speak to the Officer at my house down the street.

“The Webster Police Officer followed me to my house and issued me a speeding ticket for my speed of 55mph in a 35mph zone. I acknowledged that I was speeding and I accepted the ticket."

She said she pleaded guilty the next day and sent the ticket to Webster Town Court.

“Nobody, including your District Attorney, is above the rule of law, even traffic laws,” the statement said.