A Philadelphia funeral director who was arrested and charged after three decomposing bodies were found in her garage has had her license revoked.
The state Board of Funeral Directors announced Tuesday that Janet Powell Dailey's funeral director and supervisor licenses have been revoked, as was the license for her business Powell Mortuary Services.
The board said in its decision that Dailey "failed to fulfill one of the most fundamental responsibilities that a licensee has, to treat the deceased with dignity and respect."
One of the woman's daughters told 6ABC that her mom "said I want you to know I did nothing wrong. She said it's the media coming after poor, black businesses."