The mugshot of Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., who body-slammed a reporter to the ground in May, was released by a judge Wednesday after several news outlets asked for the photo.
Gianforte's booking photo was released to seven news organizations who filed a request for it, according to the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.
Gianforte pled guilty to misdemeanor assault for "body-slamming" Ben Jacobs, a reporter for the Guardian, on the eve of Montana's special election.
The Montana Republican ultimately won the seat vacated by Ryan Zinke, who left Congress to serve as secretary of the interior.
Gianforte was not sentenced to jail time for the misdemeanor assault, and a judge deferred his six-month sentence. Instead, he was ordered to serve 40 hours of community service and 20 hours of anger management classes, and pay $385 in fees and fines.
According to Lee Montana Newspapers, Gianforte completed the community service and a course in anger management, and paid Jacobs close to $4,500 in restitution.
In August, a judge ordered Gianforte to report to the Gallatin County Detention Center in Bozeman, Mont., to have his fingerprints and booking photo taken.