Stanley Thornton Jr. was cleared of fraud allegations by the social security administration, and continues to live off of his social security check that he receives due to his "disability."
The Washington Times reported:
The California man who lives part of his life as an “adult baby” and collects Social Security disability payments says the federal agency has cleared him of wrongdoing and will continue sending checks.
Stanley Thornton Jr. now wants an apology from Sen. Tom Coburn, the Oklahoma Republican who called for the benefit review because the investigation disrupted the final months of life for his roommate Sandra Dias, who playacted as his mother, spoon-feeding him and helping him into his baby clothes until her death in July.
“We recently reviewed the evidence in your Social Security disability claim and find that your disability is continuing,” the agency said in an August letter that Mr. Thornton posted on the website he maintains to document his adult baby lifestyle.
Mr. Thornton first gained prominence after he appeared on a reality television show and later after Mr. Coburn asked for the Social Security Administration to investigate him. The lawmaker questioned why he was receiving taxpayer-funded Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments, commonly called disability checks, given the woodworking skills he demonstrated in May on the National Geographic channel television show “Taboo.”
Dias died July 7, and Mr. Thornton moved out of the apartment they shared.
That has to be one of the creepiest things I have ever seen.ReplyDelete
And we are supposed to want to give more of our money to the government?
This is very sad and really does speak to gross waste. I feel sick (figuratively) when I think of how many people with legitimate claims are denied funds, so that this bozo can be an adult baby.ReplyDelete
The has scam written all over it to me.ReplyDelete