NASA Astronaut Accused of Identity Theft in First Criminal Allegation from Space

Jami Ganz reports:

The situation is out of this world.

Anne McClain, a NASA astronaut and lieutenant colonel in the Army, is facing accusations that she committed identity theft through the “improper access” of her estranged wife’s “private financial records,” The New York Times reported.

Former Air Force intelligence officer Summer Worden didn’t understand how her estranged wife, McClain, still knew details of her spending.

Worden recently noticed, though, that a computer owned by NASA had accessed her bank account, using her own login information. McClain admitted to doing so in space, aboard the International Space Station.


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