What happened to the astronaut that drove with the diaper?
Nowak pled insanity and her criminal case is now sealed
Nowak was charged with attempted kidnapping and burglary with assault, making her the first active-duty astronaut to face felony charges. NASA let Nowak go a month after she confronted Shipman; Oefelein was released by the agency in June 2007.
Where is Lisa Nowak now?
Nowak was initially charged with attempted murder and kidnapping, but charges were eventually reduced to burglary and misdemeanors. Nowak pleaded guilty in 2009 and was sentenced to a year of probation. The following year, Nowak was discharged from the Navy. She now lives in Texas and works in the private sector.