KLTV stopped by Queen Diva's Salon and Spa a couple times Friday and saw someone had taken it upon themselves to make some changes to the building.
The sign that once hung out front has been taken down and the phone number for making appointments has been painted over. The name "Queen Diva's" was partially scratched off the door in the morning and by the evening it was completely gone. It's unknown who has been making the changes but we know it's definitely not the operator, Carmel Foster.
Foster was arraigned in Harrison County Friday. She faces two felony charges of practicing medicine without a license.
Police tell us she'll stay in the Harrison County Jail over the weekend and likely be brought back to Smith County on Monday.
A stylist at the salon did not want to go on camera but he tells us he'd only worked there for a few weeks and was spending Friday moving his things out of the building.
He says he had hardly seen Foster and knew nothing about the suspected injections.
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