An Oregon woman and her salon corporation have filed a lawsuit seeking $100,000 in damages against Gov. Kate Brown and various other state officials for the governor’s decision to sic social services on her and allegedly threaten to remove her children from home because she kept her business open during the coronavirus-pandemic lockdown.
The case brought in Circuit Court in Marion County by Lindsey Graham and her Glamour! company explains that the government “imposed heavy burdens on certain sectors of the economy, while other sectors of the economy – especially those that receive a paycheck from the government – have been let largely economically unaffected.” . . .
After an initial barrage from the state’s health and safety agency, and a $14,000 fine for operating an allegedly unsafe facility, Fox reported, Graham’s family was “terrorized” by the governor.
That was because of threats to place Lindsey’s children under the care of Child Protective Services, she said.
“She terrorized myself, she terrorized my stylists, and she terrorized my family. She took every government agency she could, and she put her full weight into intimidating me into closing, including sending Child Protective Services to my home and threatening the removal of my children,” she explained. (Read more from “Governor ‘Threatens to Seize Woman’s Kids’ for Keeping Salon Open During Lockdown” HERE)