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Ventura businesswoman wasn't kidding when she said she would move if Trump won

Diane Huntington Loring leaving for London

Spa owner calls it quits after 35...

VENTURA, Calif. - One local businesswoman wasn't kidding when she said she would move to another country if Donald Trump became president.

Diane Huntington Loring has run her Spa business for 35 years in Ventura and Malibu.

She ran her company in Ventura's historic Love house, the Pierpont Athletic Club and Four Points by Sheraton in the Ventura Harbor.

When the electoral votes were counted she put her home up for sale and it sold in 11 days.

She will close her spa door for good after giving her final massage on Friday.

"I am leaving America because I do not agree with the recent election of an unfit,unqualified president and I am amazed that for the last ten years women have held 54 percent of the vote and they refused to elect a female as the president of the land and they refused to acknowledge that they can actually be equal citizens and so they retain their second class citizenship in the United States of America, " said Huntington Loring.

She plans to settle in the United Kingdom.

"I am moving to moving to London where they have embraced their queen for 65 years," said Huntington Loring.

The massage therapist is also a body guard and black belt who created WISE. WISE stands for women involved in sports evolution. The nonprofit has helped countless athletes get to the peak of their sport.

She also took on the city of Ventura over what she considered disrespectful and insulting spa regulations.

Huntington Loring hopes to find success in London and perhaps Ireland.

Her clients have filled her schedule this month by booking their final appointments.

They said she will be sorely missed.
 


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