McClain & # 39; s husband, a former Air Force intelligence officer at Summer Worden, complained to the Federal Trade Commission that McClain had committed identity theft, although he saw no sign of moving or spending.
Worden's parents then filed another complaint with the NASA's Office of Inspector General alleging that McClain had misappropriated Worden's personal financial records and was conducting a "highly calculated and manipulative campaign" to obtain custody over the son of Worden.
McClain's lawyer, Rusty Hardin, told the Times that "she categorically denies that she did anything wrong" and is "totally cooperating."
He added that McClain monitored the account to ensure the welfare of the Worden son they raised using the same password to access the account as they had during their relationship.
NASA Oversight Investigators have been liaising with the two women to handle the allegations, the Times reported.
Worden told the newspaper that the FTC had not responded to the identity theft allegation and that investigators, including Michael Mataya, a criminal specialist, evaluated the complaint before the Chief Inspector.
"I was pretty horrified that it would go that far. I knew it was wrong, "Worden told the Times.
The Chief Inspector interviewed McClain on oath last week and she claims that she continues only the existing behavior that Worden has approved for managing family finances,
] The couple married in 201
NASA officials told the Times that they were unaware of the crimes they have.