Video of a white Dallas cop being arrested for shooting his black neighbor

Amber Guyger wipes tears from her eyes when she is being charged with involuntary manslaughter for the murder of Botham Jean on September 6

Videos have appeared of the moment when a white policewoman was arrested in Dallas for shooting her black neighbor three days after killing him.

Amber Guyger, 30, appears in the video putting her head in her hands while she is being accused of murder for the death of Botham Jean, 26, his neighbor from St Lucian who he shot dead in his apartment after confusing him apparently with his and hers for an intruder.

The shooting occurred on September 6, but Guyger was not arrested until three days later.

Scroll down for videos

Amber Guyger wipes tears from her eyes when she is being charged with involuntary manslaughter for the murder of Botham Jean on September 6

Amber Guyger wipes tears from her eyes when she is being charged with involuntary manslaughter for the murder of Botham Jean on September 6

Guyger scratched her prison shirt and changed her look as she was processed. She was rescued from a $ 300,000 bonus that a lawyer posted shortly after

Guyger scratched her prison shirt and changed her look as she was processed. She was rescued from a $ 300,000 bonus that a lawyer posted shortly after

Guyger scratched her prison shirt and changed her look as she was processed. She was rescued from a $ 300,000 bonus that a lawyer posted shortly after

Guyger scratched her prison shirt and changed her look as she was processed. She was rescued from a $ 300,000 bonus that a lawyer posted shortly after

Guyger scratched her prison shirt and changed her look as she was processed. She was rescued from a $ 300,000 bonus that a lawyer posted shortly after

In the video, she grabs the orange shirt of the prison and wipes the tears from her eyes, but it is composed differently.

Guyger was released with a $ 300,000 bonus that was issued by a lawyer not long after she was taken into custody.

Jean, a banking associate who feared racial profiling in Texas, was alone at home when she shot him.

His story is that he came to the apartment thinking it was his after a shift and found the door ajar.

The Dallas policeman (seen in his police photo) killed Botham Jean, 26, in his apartment. They lived in a separate apartment and she states that she entered her apartment, confusing it with his apartment, and she met him. She claimed that the door was ajar when she arrived and said that she thought Botham was an intruder

The Dallas policeman (seen in his police photo) killed Botham Jean, 26, in his apartment. They lived in a separate apartment and she states that she entered her apartment, confusing it with his apartment, and she met him. She claimed that the door was ajar when she arrived and said that she thought Botham was an intruder

Botham Jean, 26

Botham Jean, 26

The Dallas policeman (seen on the left in his police photo) killed Botham Jean, 26, in his apartment. They lived in a separate apartment and she states that she entered her apartment, confusing it with his apartment, and she met him. She claimed that the door was ajar when she arrived and said that she thought Botham was an intruder

Botham's family says that the policeman should also have known it was not his apartment because of his red doormat (top)

Botham's family says that the policeman should also have known it was not his apartment because of his red doormat (top)

Botham's family says that the policeman should also have known it was not his apartment because of his red doormat (top)

When he entered, he said he saw his silhouette and thought he was an intruder in his house. Guyger claimed that he issued verbal orders, but that he ignored it.

She fired twice, shooting him once in the chest.

But Jean's family and neighbors have questioned his version of events.

Witnesses who were in the building at that time say they heard a woman banging on a door and shouting "Let me in, let me in", seconds before the first shots rang.

Seconds later, they say they heard a man shout: "My God, why did you do that?"

The witness said that they thought those were Jean's last words.

When Dallas police found marijuana in her apartment later, her family considered it an attempt to discredit her and protect her.

A bowl of half-eaten cereal by Jean and The Autobiography of Gucci Mane is shown.

A bowl of half-eaten cereal by Jean and The Autobiography of Gucci Mane is shown.

A bowl of half-eaten cereal by Jean and The Autobiography of Gucci Mane is shown.

On the sofa, a large pile of pillows and blankets are shown in Jean's place

On the sofa, a large pile of pillows and blankets are shown in Jean's place

On the sofa, a large pile of pillows and blankets are shown in Jean's place

South Side Flats apartment complex where Botham Jean and Amber Guyger lived

South Side Flats apartment complex where Botham Jean and Amber Guyger lived

South Side Flats apartment complex where Botham Jean and Amber Guyger lived

They say he would never have sat at home in the living room in the dark with the door open, since Guyger claimed that he did and that he must have known it was not his house because he had a distinctive red doormat.

The building's doors are electronic and a green light flashes when unlocked.

On Thursday, the victim's family held a funeral in Texas to mourn his loss.

There, relatives described Guyger as "quick to shoot" and lamented the fact that his death was caused by someone whose job is to "protect and serve."

Both parties say that the couple had never met before Jean's death.

Jean's devastated family members mourn at his funeral on Thursday in Dallas

Jean's devastated family members mourn at his funeral on Thursday in Dallas

Jean's devastated family members mourn at his funeral on Thursday in Dallas

.