Saturday, May 25, 2024

Klepto Cultural-Appropriator Sam Brinton Stole Dashiki from Tanzanian Woman

'He called to say, I’m [with] the FBI, I’m working on this case... '

(Headline USA) A Tanzanian fashion designer in Texas accused former Biden administration official Sam Brinton of stealing her luggage in 2018, sharing several photos of the disgraced klepto wearing the clothes that had been in her suitcase.

Asya Khamsin shared several photos of Brinton wearing her designs on Twitter, saying they were her “custom designs” that were in a suitcase she lost in the Washington, D.C. Reagan airport.

“I saw the images. Those were my custom designs, which were lost in that bag in 2018,” Khamsin told Fox News. “He wore my clothes, which was stolen.”

Khamsin said her luggage vanished from the D.C. airport on March 9, 2018 after she flew into an event during which she was supposed to put her clothes on display. Because her baggage disappeared, she was unable to participate in the event, she told Fox.

Her husband filed reports with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police Department and filed a claim with Delta Airlines, but the bag was never recovered.

Communications between Delta and Khamsin show the fashion designer pleading with the airline to find her bag, saying it was full of expensive clothes, shoes, jewelry and other personal items.

After discovering pictures of Brinton wearing her clothes, Khamsin said she filed a report with the Houston Police Department. Shortly after, she was contacted by the FBI, she said.

“Houston police, I guess, they [sent] the case to the FBI in Minnesota,” Khamsin’s husband told Fox. “He called to say, ‘I’m [with] the FBI, I’m working on this case.’ Then my wife gave him the information and we didn’t hear anything. We don’t know whether the case is on. We don’t know whether the case is cold.”

Brinton has been charged in two separate cases for stealing women’s suitcases. The first charges were filed in Minnesota after he stole a woman’s suitcase in the Minneapolis airport, and the second round of charges were filed in Nevada for the theft of a suitcase in the Las Vegas airport.

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