BOSTON, MA – FEBRUARY 07: Jammie Thomas, a professional hairdressing salon owner, poses for a photo at her studio on February 7, 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts.
(Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images) BOSTon, MA — MARCH 07: (L-R) A woman and her husband pose for a portrait in front of the Jammies Salon in Boston, Massachusetts on March 7, 2018.
(credit: Christopher F. Wong/Getty/iStockphoto) BOTH MAIN STREETS: The new owners of the ‘Devils Hairdresser’ in Boston’s Main Streets neighborhood will be a former business owned by a man who was convicted of sexual assault.
According to the Boston Globe, Jammi Thomas, who runs a salon in Boston named Jammiedes Salon, will take over the business on March 14 after a judge issued a warrant for her arrest for criminal sexual assault and criminal sexual contact.
Thomas, who is now 32 years old, has been in custody since November 2015.
She was released on bail in May and is expected to be in custody again on March 20.
The Boston Globe reported that Thomas was arrested for criminal sex assault and sexual contact in October of last year.
In a statement released by the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office, Assistant Attorney General David Tompkins said: The investigation into Jammis Salon has concluded that it is not a business that poses a danger to the public.
“The evidence in this case does not support the allegation that Ms. Thomas was engaged in sexual activity with a young man who did not consent to her sexual activity.
She was charged with one count of criminal sexual intercourse, and the state will be seeking a trial by jury.
On March 14, we will be holding a news conference to address this matter and to confirm the facts and facts of the case, which are very important to the community.
A criminal trial will be held within the next few weeks, and we expect the court to make a decision about the next steps.
This is a serious matter and we intend to defend ourselves vigorously.”