NJ attorney general sues Capri Institute; school suddenly closed doors without warning last December
The state attorney general has sued Capri Institute, wanting the school's license suspended at its four campuses.
News 12 first reported about the beauty school that suddenly closed its doors without warning last December, leaving hundreds of students in the dark about what would happen to their careers and thousands of dollars in tuition and loan debt.
The attorney general complaint says the school defrauded students and violated the Consumer Fraud Protection Act. The campus in Brick Township never reopened.
The school's president, Lorelie Muenster, never responded to a subpoena ordering her to appear on video before the board for questioning. The attorney general’s office wants her held personally responsible for several violations.