Nonbinary fmr Biden official out on bail on luggage theft charges

Baggage-checkers be warned, a former White House official’s brief time behind bars came to an end Thursday after initially being held without bail: “gotta get to their night at the dodger game baby!’

Disgraced former senior Department of Energy official Sam Brinton was spotted outside his Rockville, Maryland home Friday, one day after being released from jail. Though originally held without bail at a men’s jail in Maryland, the alleged third-time baggage thief had been extradited to Arlington, Virginia Thursday where he appeared before a magistrate judge, the New York Post reported.

Friday, having bonded out for $5,000, he was seen beside his partner Kevin Reick outside their home in far more traditional attire than he has become known for, prompting social media users to weigh in on why he looked so happy after having spent two weeks in custody.

“He’s on his way to the airport to do a little retail therapy,” said one while another quipped, “gotta get to their night at the dodger game baby!”

Brinton had previously been revealed to be a member of the anti-Catholic drag group Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence set to be honored by the Los Angeles Dodgers and now California lawmakers with a “Community Hero Award.”

As previously covered, Brinton was arrested on May 17 and charged with grand larceny after images appeared of him wearing custom pieces of clothing made by designer Asya Khamsin who had lost her luggage at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport on March 9, 2018. Despite his declared “non-binary” identity, the alleged thief, who had pled guilty to two previous charges, was held with male inmates at the Montgomery County Department of Correction and Rehabilitation.

“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,” the department’s policy stated. “Once an inmate is classified, they will be given a housing assignment based on that classification.”

According to reports, Brinton, who had been fired from his position with the Department of Energy after the alleged larceny charges had been made public, had not yet issued any statement following his release from custody.

That fact didn’t stop social media users from making statements on his behalf, including a number of remarks suggesting how the guy with a penchant for women’s designer fashion may have fared while behind bars for two weeks.

“Looks like he had a good time in there,” one person wrote while another suggested, “Looks like he enjoyed his stay.”

Still, others were more concerned about their personal belongings.


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