Missouri cosmeterologist Stephanie Womack, whose license was suspended for failing to attend classes for cosmetologists in Texas, is facing possible criminal charges, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said.

The trooper said Womak failed to appear for classes from Aug. 19 through Sept. 2, leaving students at the University of Missouri at St. Louis with the option of taking classes in another state or taking classes elsewhere.

Womax, a Missouri resident, was allegedly behind the suspensions.

The Missouri Highway Patrol issued a statement Monday saying Womacks license was revoked after she failed to meet the minimum requirements to practice cosmetological art.

The license will be suspended for 90 days, the statement said.

Womack did not respond to an email seeking comment.

The university has not yet responded to a request for comment.

Wombats license was also suspended.

The state Highway Patrol wrote in a statement that the license is revoked for not maintaining good standing with the department.

The department also said Wombats current license is suspended for two years.

The suspension came after a lawsuit was filed against Womaks license by the state Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Commission.

Wombaks license was taken down Aug. 1, said Lt.

Steve Miller of the Missouri Highway Safety Department.

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Posted by St. Cloud, MN FOX on Monday, September 12, 2018 07:16:11After Womacks license was canceled, a private investigator obtained a warrant to search Wombas house and found an electronic device that allegedly belonged to Womba.

The device was reportedly a cellphone, and a warrant was issued.

The warrant was for a cellphone and a digital camera.

The investigation found that Wombax was communicating with Womback through the device and that Womash had been using Wombaska’s cell phone number for a few weeks.

Wombs phone number was listed as a “cellular” phone, and Wombak was listed under a “business” phone number, the warrant said.

Wombaska, who was working as a hairstylist, was found in the residence with a handgun in her hand, the affidavit said.

Womaak’s wife was in the room, and she was “waking up from a nap.”

The warrant said Womaaks home was searched, and it was discovered that she had left the residence for a “small business trip.”

Womba’s husband and two children were not home at the time, and their phones were not connected to the Internet, the court document said.

They were also not wearing any protective gear.

Womeaks mother told police that Womaks daughter told her Womaka was using Womaska’s cellphone for an “inappropriate relationship.”

A judge ordered Wombacks husband, Brian, to appear at a preliminary hearing Monday in the case.

Brian Womask, a cosmetographer who lives in Storrs, is charged with two counts of felony theft.

Wommack has a previous conviction for felony child abuse.