Shelley Luther Biography
Shelley Luther is the owner of the Salon À la Mode in Dallas, Texas, who rose to prominence after she received a $7,000 fine for opening her salon despite the stay-at-home order from Gov. Greg Abbott. She was sentenced by Judge Eric Moye.
On April 24 Luther reopened her salon, and she received a citation from the police. Her salon had been closed since March 22. The following day April 25 Luther attended a protest at Frisco City hall. At Frisco Luther publicly tore up the cease-and-desist letter, receiving nationwide coverage.
Luther was released from jail after Abbott’s COVID-19 executive order amendment. The amendment eliminates confinement as a punishment for violating the order.” In a statement about the amendment.
Shelley Luther Age
Details regarding how old Shelley is still not known to the general public. She has managed to keep this information very close to her heart we will update when accurate information is available.
Shelley Luther Height
Shelley stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match his height.
Shelley Luther Family
Details regarding who her family is is not known to the general public we will update when accurate information is available.
Shelley Luther Husband
Luther is married to Georgeff. Luther and her husband Tim Georgeff are in a Musical Duo known as Crush. Tim has been keeping friends and family updated about the court process on Facebook Live. She has two daughters from a previous relationship, and Georgeff has a son from a previous relationship. Luther posts frequent pictures with her daughters on Facebook.
The couple recently got a wallaby named scooby Roo.
Shelley Luther Networth
Details regarding her exact networth are still under investigation we will update when accurate information is available.
Shelley Luther Judge
Eric Moye is a Dallas County Judge who rose to prominence after he sentenced salon owner Shelley Luther to seven days in jail and a $7,000 fine for reopening her salon despite the state’s stay-at-home orders.
Moye told Luther that she could avoid jail time is she showed remorse and closed her salon and apologized for her actions which the judge thought to selfish. Luther openly said that she could not comply asking the judge why he thought of her actions as selfish yet she was making efforts to feed her family.
After his decision to send Luther to prison Moye was greatly criticized by many including from Gov. Greg Abbott and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. According to the Newyork Times, he received a letter from Paxton saying :
I find it outrageous and out of touch that during this national pandemic, a judge, in a county that actually released hardened criminals for fear of contracting COVID-19, would jail a mother for operating her hair salon in an attempt to put food on her family’s table.
Shelley Luther Instagram
Her Instagram account is still under investigation.