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NASA astronaut accused of stealing identity, accessing bank account of estranged wife while in space: report

FOXNews.com Saturday, 24 August 2019
NASA astronaut Anne McClain is accused of committing the first crime in outer space after her estranged wife alleged she stole her identity and accessed her bank accounts without permission during a six-month mission aboard the International Space station.
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News video: NASA Astronaut Accused Of Identity Theft In Space

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A NASA astronaut has been accused of stealing her wife's identity while on a mission aboard the International Space Station.

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