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. He told The Washington Times they had made payments based on their combined disability checks, which came to about 0 a month for each of them, and he could no longer afford the home on his own.“My best friend Sandra had to spend the last 3 months of her life being accused of something she didn’t do.
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Coburn also had asked investigators look into why Dias was receiving disability payments “since she is able to provide child care” to Mr. He said he doesn’t spend much of his disability checks on his adult baby lifestyle, having bought many items earlier when he was working as a security guard.
Thornton’s situation in particular to see whether beneficiaries were being paid by taxpayers even though they were able to work. Thornton about the investigation, he acknowledged thoughts of suicide, saying he had “no problem killing myself” if his benefits were taken away.“Take away the last thing keeping me here, and see what happens.
Next time you see me on the news, it will be me in a body bag,” he said.
He said he still drives a Dodge Caravan with 145,000 miles on it and a front bumper held in place by a bungee cord. Thornton said the television show paid for the materials for his highchair project and that he was in so much pain after the taping that he was bedridden for almost two weeks.
In an extensive biography on his website, he describes trauma stemming from childhood abuse, combined with other mental and physical problems that he said make it impossible to maintain employment, including the security guard position he held for 1 1/2 years.