A tax preparer in Houston is facing charges after allegedly pulling a gun on a client who complained about their refund.

It all went down at a local office named Mz Biz. The owner, Latunya Wright, allegedly pulled a gun on a client that had noticed issues with their tax return and was questioning her services.

Marquita Boyle told reporters that Wright was arguing with some customers. She thought it might escalate, so she started recording with her phone. Boyle then said Wright pulled out a gun, pointed it at her clients, and cocked it. Boyle claims when Wright saw her recording the incident, she took her phone, hit her over the head, and deleted the video.

Boyle was able to retrieve the deleted video for police. She says her vision is still blurry after the attack and that her anxiety is still through the roof.

Latunya Wright was arrested at her business and charged with aggravated robbery and aggravated assault. She has a previous criminal record for helping with a multi-million dollar robbery at an ATM servicing company in 2012, for which she spent four years in prison.

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