VIDEO: Brooklyn Supreme Court judge's son among Trump supporters who stormed Capitol

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A Brooklyn Supreme Court judge’s son was one of hundreds of Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday, according to reports.

Photos and videos taken inside the Capitol building on Wednesday afternoon show a fur pelt and bulletproof vest-clad Aaron Mostofsky carrying a riot shield and a wooden stick, Gothamist reported.

Mostofsky is the son of Shlomo Mostofsky, a "prominent modern Orthodox figure in Brooklyn and former president of the National Council of Young Israel,” the outlet reported.

In an interview with the New York Post, Aaron Mostofsky said he participated in the siege on the Capitol to “express my opinion as a free American, my beliefs that this election was stolen.”

“We were cheated. I don’t think 75 million people voted for Trump. I think it was 85 million,” he said.

Aaron Mostofsky was not arrested for breaching the Capitol building’s barriers, according to the outlet. He and his father did not respond to “repeated inquiries” from the outlet.