Louisiana Woman Had Surgery To Remove Gorilla Glue From Hair
By now, everyone knows who Tessica Brown is. But if you just woke up from a coma, she's the Louisiana woman who sprayed her hair with Gorilla Glue. Her video on Instagram explaining how and why it happened went viral, and now she has a whooping 835K followers.
Tessica was contacted by a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills who wanted to help her. He performed surgery on her yesterday and used a special chemical treatment to remove the glue from her hair. It took four hours and would normally cost $12,500, but he did it for free.
I can't imagine the feeling of relief when she woke up and felt her normal hair. You could tell all the emotions that she was keeping inside before the surgery came pouring out.
If we can learn anything from this story, it's that Gorilla Glue is legit, and it should only be used as directed on the back of the bottle.
I have a feeling we haven't heard the last from this story. Fox News reported Brown may be eying to sue the glue company. TMZ has also reported she has already hired a legal team to represent her. With clear directions and warnings on the back of the Gorilla Glue products, I don't see how she could win a lawsuit against the company, but then again crazier things have happened.