Samuel Brinton, the nonbinary Biden administration official who oversees nuclear waste policy, has been hit with another charge.
According to reports, Brinton has been charged in a second case of stealing someone's luggage.
On Thursday, Brinton was charged in Las Vegas with grand larceny of an item valued between $1,200 and $5,000.
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While Brinton claimed to be innocent of the first charge, it was pretty clear that he intended to steal the luggage based on the video.
He was been seen taking luggage off a carousel, removing the tags, then running out the door to catch an uber.
That charge took place at the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport and involved a piece of luggage that was worth $2,325.
Brinton was seen using the stolen luggage on at least two additional trips, blaming the mistake on being tired.
The second case has been filed in Nevada by Las Vegas prosecutors.
Brinton is scheduled to appear in court later this month for the September 16th theft, with the criminal complaint having been filed against him on October 26.
Now, of course, he also has an arrest warrant for the Las Vegas theft.
After the report for the first theft was made public, Brinton was put on leave but not terminated.
When the Department of Energy was asked for comment, it only stated, "Sam Brinton is on leave from DOE, and Dr. Kim Petry is performing the duties of deputy assistant secretary of spent fuel and waste disposition."
The Department of Energy would not go into further detail and the White House has not commented on the subject.
As far as we know, Brinton still has not been terminated.
Since the first case came to light, there have also been accusations of preferential treatment that was given to Brinton during his interviews because of his non-binary status and the administration's desire to promote diversity.
Source: Fox News