Tanzanian fashion designer accuses Biden’s ex-appointee Sam Brinton of clothes theft


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Disgraced American nuclear engineer and LGBTQ activist, Sam Brinton has a lot of explaining to do after a US-based Tanzanian fashion designer, Asya Khamsin, said Brinton wore the custom-made clothes that she had reported missing from a Washington DC airport in 2018.

Brinton, 35, was the Biden administration’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition at the Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy between June and December 2022.

He lost the job after being 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, per New York Post.

Khamsin tweeted on February 20:

Fox reported that Khamsin’s bags went missing from the Ronald Reagan Washington Airport on March 9, 2018, after she flew into the capital onboard a Delta Airlines flight from Houston, Texas.

Asya Khamsin - Asya Khamsin

She was in DC for an event where she was to put her clothes on display but was unable to participate in it after her bags went missing.

“I saw the images. Those were my custom designs, which were lost in that bag in 2018.

“He wore my clothes, which was stolen,” the fashion designer said.

As of Wednesday night, Brinton had not been charged with any crime related to Khamsin’s clothes.

In line with its policy, the FBI has not confirmed that it is investigating Brinton over the matter.

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