US space office NASA is examining what might be the principal wrongdoing submitted in space, The New York Times revealed Saturday. Space traveler Anne McClain is blamed for data fraud and inappropriately getting to her offended spouse’s private budgetary records while on a 6th-month mission onboard the International Space Station (ISS), the Times said.
The space traveler’s wife Summer Worden recorded a grumbling not long ago with the Federal Trade Commission in the wake of learning McClain had gotten to her financial balance without authorization, while Worden’s family documented another with NASA’s Office of Inspector General, as indicated by the paper.
McClain’s legal advisor said the space explorer had done nothing incorrectly and gotten to the bank records while onboard the ISS so as to screen the couple’s consolidated accounts – something she had done through the span of their relationship, the Times announced.
NASA examiners have reached the two ladies, as indicated by the paper.
McClain, who came back to Earth in June, picked up a notoriety for being one of two ladies picked for a notable all-female spacewalk, however, NASA rejected the arranged stroll in March because of an absence of well-fitting spacesuits, starting allegations of sexism.
Worden said the FTC has not reacted to the wholesale fraud report, yet that an examiner spends significant time in criminal cases with NASA’s Office of Inspector General has been investigating the allegation, as indicated by the Times.