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It is not allowed to use the money for his personal use unless he is a beneficiary of the trust. This would be considered "self dealing" and a breach of fiduciary duty to your father.
However, so long as your father is alive and the primary beneficiary then your father or a guardian on his behalf will have to be the one to file suit against your brother for this breach.
You would not have a cause of action against your brother at this time because you are not a current beneficiary of the trust.
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