The member of the Maryland House of Delegates who represents Bethesda has been charged with trespassing and indecent exposure.
Ariana Kelly, 39, was arrested on the 9300 block of Ewing Drive in Bethesda on June 27, court records show.
Kelly was dropping her children off at her ex-husband’s house when she argued with him and his fiancée, WTOP reported.
According to court records obtained by WTOP, Barak Sanford told police he used a cell phone to record Kelly’s outburst. She then exposed herself, lifting her shirt.
Police arrived on the scene and warned Kelly she could be charged with indecent exposure, WTOP reported. She was then arrested.
Kelly's trial is set for August 13 in Rockville. Her attorney, Luiz Simmons, told News4 he plans to dispute the charges.
Kelly represents Montgomery County as the Delegate for District 16. She was elected in 2010 and grew up in Bethesda.