Footage from the body cameras worn by two of the police officers that arrested George Floyd has been leaked to The Daily Mail. The video, which hadn’t previously been released to the public, shows Floyd pleading with officers, who pointed a gun at his head almost immediately.

The footage comes from the cameras worn by former officers Alex Kueng and Thomas Lane, according to The Daily Mail. They who were the first two officers on the scene responding to a call alleging that Floyd used a counterfeit $20 bill. Floyd later died after Officer Derek Chauvin pressed his knee on his neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds, sparking protests across the country. 

Chauvin has been charged with second-degree murder. Keung, Lanes and Tou Thao, another officer on the scene, have been charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter.

The video shows Lane pointing his gun at Floyd’s head, telling him to step out of his vehicle. As the officers handcuff Floyd and try to put him into the back of a squad card, an anxious Floyd can be heard telling the officers that he’s claustrophobic

“I’m not a bad guy,” Floyd says multiple times.

Floyd was apologetic, begging the officers not to shoot him.

“The police officers approached him with guns drawn, simply because he was a Black man,” Ben Crump, an attorney for Floyd's family, said in a statement Monday. “As this video shows, he never posed any threat. The officers' contradictions continue to build. If not for the videos, the world might never have known about the wrongs committed against George Floyd.”

Only written transcripts of the video had been previously made public. Judge Peter Cahill is presiding over the cases of the four officers and had only allowed the footage to be viewed in-person at the courthouse.

A demonstrator holds up a poster with a rendition of George Floyd on May 30 in Denver A demonstrator holds up a poster with a rendition of George Floyd on May 30 in Denver Photo: AFP / Jason Connolly