Asyakhamsin, the Houston-based Tanzanian fashion designer who claims Sam Brinton stole her luggage in 2018, appeared on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show on Monday night.
Former Joe Biden Department of Energy employee Sam Brinton was previously arrested for stealing women’s luggage from two different airports.
Brinton, a fluent “puppy handler,” was charged with felony theft for stealing a woman’s luggage in November at Minnesota’s MSP airport.
According to Alpha News, Sam Brinton took a woman’s bag from the baggage claim area on September 16.
Brinton allegedly removed the identification tag from the blue bag, quickly left the area and jumped into an Uber.
According to the complaint, Brinton returned to MSP airport with the stolen blue bag on September 18 where he boarded a flight to DC.
The female victim said the contents of her stolen bag were valued at approximately $2,325.
Sam Brinton was also accused of stealing luggage from a Las Vegas airport.
Sam Brinton caught stealing luggage at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas
The Houston case revolves around another potential baggage theft involving Brinton from 2018.
A Houston-based Tanzanian fashion designer claimed to have lost her luggage in 2018 and then saw Sam Brinton wearing one of her bespoke outfits that was in her “lost” bag.
My name is Asyakhamsin Tanzanian fashion designer based in Houston Texas USA 🇺🇸 I lost my 2018 bag at DCA recently I heard the news on @FoxNews in regards to @sambrinton luggage problem surprisingly i found his pictures wearing my bespoke outfits which were in the bag lost in 2018 pic.twitter.com/lJwLHtMJlz
— asyakhamsin (@asyakhamsin1) February 20, 2023
Asyakhamsin told Tucker Carlson that Sam Brinton made him miss an important fashion show and hurt his career.
Brinton did not apologize to the fashion designer.
Tucker interviews the Tanzanian woman who had her entire custom wardrobe stolen by notorious Biden Admin employee Sam Brinton.
She says Brinton made her miss an important fashion show and hurt her career. No one apologized. No justice.
Totally heartbreaking 💔 pic.twitter.com/ok4ieHuLh7
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) March 14, 2023
The Houston Police Department referred the Brinton case to the FBI.