Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 299 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! Non-binary former nuclear official Sam Brinton is to be placed in a men’s jail in Maryland while waiting to be sent to Virginia over suitcase theft charges. This follows after he stole a suit case belonging to a Tanzanian designer by the name of …. at the luggage reclaim in an airport. Tanzanian Designer Loses Suit Case In The Airport Only To Find Out LGBT Biden Official Wearing Her Clothes Years Later More Articles You Would Love #OOTD: Gbemisola Akinde (@BeautyByBemii) Just Made A Profound Rich Aunty Statement In This Bubu #OOTD: Raven Jones Sets The Internet On Fire In Haute Mini Skirt Kente Print Dress After stealing her luggage, he proceeded to wear the women’s clothes, which was meants particularly for a fashion show, to various events he attended. A Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputy told The Post Tuesday that Brinton is in a “pre-placement” hold at the county jail and should be housed with the “general population” of the men’s jail sometime next week. Under the Montgomery County Department of Correction and Rehabilitation policy, inmates are processed and housed according to their biological sex. The policy states: “Although MCDOCR does not consider anatomical changes brought about by hormonal therapy to be changes that constitute a change of anatomical sex, the classification of an arrestee/inmate will depend on whether the arrestee/inmate has male or female genitalia, whether they present a management or security problem, and whether their health and safety can be ensured. “Once an inmate is classified, they will be given a housing assignment based on that classification.” Brinton, 35 — who uses they/them pronouns — was arrested at their home last week and is facing Grand Larceny charges over the alleged theft of a case belonging to a Tanzanian fashion designer from Ronald Reagan National Airport. The designer, Asya Khamsin, said she lost her luggage, which included her one-of-a-kind dresses created for a fashion show, at Ronald Reagan National Airport back in March 2018, on Tucker Carlson’s show. VIDEO: Former Biden Official & LGBTQ Advocate ‘Has Not Returned Stolen Clothes’; Tanzanian Designer Tells Tucker Carlson She posted pictures online of her wearing the clothes, then of Brinton wearing what appeared to be the same designs. The Biden appointee, who was fired after two different cases of stealing luggage were filed against them in Minnesota and Las Vegas, is being held at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility until they appear before a judge on June 14. Arrest records show Brinton was arrested on May 17 at the 700 block of College Parkway as a fugitive from justice, and is being held without bail. Read More Like This On Tanzania Industry Creatives & Events UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! VIEW ALL EVENTSAFRICAS BIGGEST FASHION WEEK IS HERE!Click Here To Submit stories Email: [email protected] or HashTag #FashionGHANA Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail FashionGHANA Admin FashionGHANA.com is a Fashion PR Company, Events planning & management team as well as Africa's leading Fashion Media House. Get Intouch with us and let's see how we can help you grow. [email protected] More For You VIDEO: A Sneak Peak Of What You Miss At Kumasi Fashion Week 2023 Sankalp West Africa 2023 Summit Set To Host Explosive Sustainable Fashion Show ‘SANKOFA... Leading Fashion Brand Mikoko Deluxe Teases Us With New Kimono’s Perfect For All... PICS: The Diversity Of African Fashion Was Well Exhibited In Morocco At The... PICS: EFDC Board Launches The First Ever With A Spectacular 4-Day Fashion Extravaganza Elite African Designer Sai Sankoh Caught In Relationship SCANDAL With Footballer Odion Jude... VIDEO: Soweto Fashion Week 2023 Concludes With A Bang VIDEO: “You Aren’t Meant To Be Successful” Black Egyptian Designer Outlines How Arabs... South Sudan Fashion Week Announces Dates For 2023 Sowerto Fashion Week Promises To Deliver High-End Haute Couture From Local Designers This... Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.