She Accused Astronaut of a Space Crime. Now, a Twist

She Accused Astronaut of a Space Crime. Now, a Twist

Newser - Crime·2020-04-08 07:08

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(Newser) – It was an unprecedented accusation, and now there's a twist: In what's been described as the first allegation of a crime in space, astronaut Anne McClain was accused of improperly accessing the personal bank account of estranged spouse Summer Worden on two occasions in January 2019 while McClain was aboard the International Space Station. The two were in the midst of a separation and custody battle, and McClain—who was not accused of touching the funds and did admit to viewing the account—said that she was simply keeping on an eye on their finances as she had always done, and that Worden never told her to discontinue accessing it. Now, the twist: It's Worden who has been indicted by a federal grand jury; she faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.


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