Biden’s Ex-Department of Energy was caught wearing a fashion designer clothes she lost after someone took her airport luggage in 2018.
Fashion Designer’s Stolen Clothes Worn by Sam Brinton
A Tanzanian fashion designer residing in Houston claimed some the clothes worn by Sam Brinton, a former Department of Energy (DOE) official, were among the items in her luggage that she reported as lost in Washington, D.C. in 2018.
After discovering that Brinton was accused of stealing luggage from two US airports, Khamsin claimed to have come across pictures of Brinton wearing her custom clothing that was packed in the lost bag.
The designer tweeted images of the clothes she had lost, followed by photos of Brinton, who identifies as nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns, donning the same outfits.
Sam Brinton Caught Red Handed
“I saw the images. Those were my custom designs, which were lost in that bag in 2018,” she told Fox News. “He wore my clothes, which was stolen.”
According to Khamsin’s statement to Fox News, her luggage went missing on March 9, 2018, from the Ronald Reagan Washington Airport. She had flown to the capital to showcase her clothing at an event but was unable to do so after the bag disappeared.
After seeing her clothing that resembled the ones in her lost bag in the recent media reports about Brinton, Khamsin filed a complaint with the Houston Police Department in December.
Houston police informed Fox News Digital that the Criminal Investigation Division had conferred with the FBI at the airport regarding the case of luggage theft. However, at the time of publication, Brinton had not been accused of any wrongdoing linked to Khamsin’s allegations.
In October, Minnesota prosecutors pressed charges against Brinton for stealing a suitcase valued at $2,325 from a baggage carousel at the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport in September. Brinton could potentially face a prison sentence of five years for the supposed offense and was set free without bail after a court hearing held last week.
Brinton and Stealing Women’s Luggage
In December, Nevada prosecutors charged Brinton with grand larceny for allegedly stealing an item worth between $1,200 and $5,000. Specifically, Brinton was accused of taking a suitcase worth approximately $3,670 on July 6 at the Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas. After a judge set bail for the case at $15,000, Brinton was ordered to “stay out of trouble” and released.
The FBI would not confirm that it is investigating, per the agency’s policy. As of Wednesday night, Brinton had not been charged with any crime related to Khamsin’s clothes.
Brinton, 35, served as the Biden administration’s deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition at the DOE’s Office of Nuclear Energy before they were canned after they were charged with stealing a woman’s suitcase from a Minneapolis airport in September and another woman’s bag from a Las Vegas airport in July.
In both the Minnesota and Nevada cases, Brinton had traveled on flights from Washington, DC, before allegedly swiping the bags from the airports’ baggage carousels, according to criminal complaints obtained by Fox News.
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