'Afraid to return': San Francisco hair salon to close permanently after receiving backlash from Nancy Pelosi visit

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- There are new developments in the backlash following House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to a beauty salon in San Francisco. The salon owner says she plans to close for good.

Video of Pelosi went viral, after surveillance cameras inside the salon captured her without a mask.

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Salons in the city were supposed to be closed because of COVID-19.

Salon Owner Erica Kious shared the video.

Kious tells Fox News, she's even afraid to return to San Francisco after being attacked online for exposing Pelosi's visit.

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