A fashion designer claimed that former Biden official Sam Brinton had worn her custom designs in public after they had been stolen from her luggage at an airport.
Brinton was fired from his position at the Department of Energy after numerous accusations that he had stolen luggage at airports. He had been celebrated as the first openly "gender-fluid" person in a federal government position.
On Wednesday, a Houston-based fashion designer from Tanzania told Fox News Digital that she had reported her luggage stolen on March 9, 2018, at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. She later saw what appeared to be her stolen, distinctive clothing being worn by Brinton.
"I saw the images. Those were my custom designs, which were lost in that bag in 2018," said Asya Khamsin. "He wore my clothes, which was stolen."
She posted very persuasive images of her designer clothing and photographs of Brinton wearing similar clothing on social media.
Khamsin had filed a report with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police Department and also notified Delta Air Lines.
In December, Khamsin filed another report with the Houston Police Department after seeing her clothing being worn by Brinton. She was later called by the FBI field office in Minneapolis about the accusations.
"Then my wife gave him the information and we didn't hear anything," said Khamsin's husband. "We don't know whether the case is on. We don't know whether the case is cold."
Brinton has not yet been charged with crimes related to the accusations from Khamsin, but he does face significant fines and jail time related to the other alleged airport luggage thefts.
Brinton has said in a previous interview that he was the son of Southern Baptist ministers and that he had undergone conversation therapy in hopes of turning him straight.
Here's more about Brinton's alleged thefts:
Sam Brinton released without bail on luggage theft chargeswww.youtube.com
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