NASA Investigates First Crime In Space - at Internation Space Station

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is currently investigating what appears to be the first crime committed on outer space, to be specifically at the International Space Administration (ISS).

However, as much as we don't want to pop-out the balloon as anyone reading this news maybe expecting some news-of-the-century kind of article, it seems like the headline was just sensationalize by the media.

If you are expecting some weird uncommon space stuffs or expecting that some alien involvement on the case, we are sorry because it appears that the crime they are talking about is that an astronaut's partner had just filed a complain because the astronaut identified as Anne McClain was accused of accessing her estranged wife's private financial records while on a sixth-month mission aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
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The astronaut's spouse Summer Worden filed a complaint earlier this year with the Federal Trade Commission after learning McClain had accessed her bank account without permission, while Worden's family filed another with NASA's Office of Inspector General, The New York Times reported Saturday.

The accused astronaut who returned to Earth last June 2019, gained fame for being one of two women picked for a historic all-female spacewalk, but NASA scrapped the planned walk in March due to a lack of well-fitting spacesuits, sparking accusations of sexism.

So that's it, it was just a plain case of identity theft and not some E.T. - like news we thought it was.