Well, well, it looks like scandalous ex-Biden official Sam Brinton is back at it again. The former Office of Nuclear Energy official, has been charged with felony grand larceny after police served a search warrant on Brinton’s home back in May. They discovered clothes belonging to a Tanzanian fashion designer reportedly stolen from a luggage carousel at Ronald Reagan National Airport near Washington, D.C.
This is not the first time that Brinton has been accused of theft – he was also charged with taking suitcases from Minneapolis-St. Paul and Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas in September 2022 and July 2022 respectively.
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Asya Khamsin, the Houston resident whose clothes were taken from Reagan Airport back in March 2018, said she saw photos of Brinton wearing her designs publicly.
She reported the incident to the local police department who then contacted the FBI. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) police department confirmed they had returned Khamsin’s stolen property but could not provide any more details as “the case is still under adjudication”.
The value of Khamsin’s belongings was over $1,000 which led to Brinton being charged with felony grand larceny – if convicted he could face up to 15 years in prison for his offences committed in both Minnesota and Las Vegas airports.
However judges ruled against jail time for him both times according to Fox News reports.
In December 2022 it was reported he no longer worked for Department Of Energy though he had taken office only 6 months prior during the Biden administration leading many people to speculate about what really happened between them.
Brinton is an LGBT activist who goes by the name Sister Ray Dee O’Active in The Order Of Perpetual Indulgence group based out of Los Angeles that came under controversy when they were invited and then uninvited from participating at Dodger Stadium Pride celebrations earlier this year in June.
He also headed nuclear waste policy at Department Of Energy prior to his departure last month but now works as President & Founder of Fission Strategy Inc., a consulting firm focusing on nuclear energy solutions according to his LinkedIn profile page.