(OTTAWA) Two people have been charged with mischief after a woman threw paint at the building housing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office on Saturday.

She then attached herself to the building. The man who had accompanied her and filmed her had also been arrested.

Police have not confirmed the identities of the two accused persons. However, a climate change advocacy group says one of them is the one who took the stage topless at the Juno Awards in March.

On2Ottawa posted photos and a video to its Twitter account showing the woman tossing a bucket of what appears to be pink paint over the entrance, then posing topless for a photo next to a sign saying ” Let’s demand climate action now.”

Casey Hatherly, who goes by the name Ever, caught national attention last month when she took the stage at the Juno Awards while singer Avril Lavigne performed.

She was shirtless and the messages written on her upper body included “land back” and “save the Greenbelt”, in reference to Ontario’s decision last year to make a protected area accessible for the construction of accommodations.