A salon owner in Minneapolis has been left with “nothing” after her business was “burned to the ground” in riots after the killing of George Floyd, and she says the city has done nothing to help with her predicament.
“It hurts to know that I have no business. I have nothing,” Fiona Westbrooks told Fox and Friends on Thursday. “I don’t even have a styling chair anymore, you know.”
Westbrooks owned Flora’s Hair Designs in north Minneapolis for four decades before it was destroyed in riots on May 29. After hearing that her son’s business was burned by rioters, she checked on the salon and found “everything was all up in a big fire, just a big ball of fire, smoke and fire, and I couldn’t believe it.”