PORTLAD, Ore. (KOIN) — The owner of Glamour Salon in Salem said she is going be hit with a $14,000 fine after opening her business too early.

Lindsay Graham is facing the hefty fine after opening her business and defying the governor’s stay-at-home order. She says her lawyers met with Occupational Safety and Health Administration officials and they will be issuing her a citation early next week.

Salem salon opens despite threat of fines

Since reopening in early May, dozens of people have gathered in support of Graham. She says she will have three days to close, or else face more fines.

Glamor Salon owner Lindsey Graham speaks after learning she will be fined $14,000 for defying the state’s stay-home order, May 15, 2020 (KOIN)

“If you can possibly believe this, on May 7 Child Protective Services showed up at my home. They questioned my husband and I, they questioned my child without me present, they searched our home,” Graham said outside her salon on Friday. “And I’ve never expected such a violent, aggressive, vindictive thing could have ever been done to me or my family.”

KOIN 6 News has reached out to OSHA for comment and are waiting to hear back.