Tessica Brown, who has been given the moniker Gorilla Glue Girl, has lawyered up, and she plans to sue Gorilla Glue.
Tessica has been living with her horrible decision to substitute her regular hair glue for Gorilla Glue for over a month.
She recently spent 22 hours in the ER, but the healthcare worker’s idea of putting acetone on her head only made things worse.
Her scalp was burned due to the acetone application, and it made the glue gooey before it hardened back up.
Gorilla Glue’s suggestion of using rubbing alcohol to remove the glue did not work either.
According to sources, Tessica has hired an attorney and she is exploring her legal options against Gorilla Glue.
Gorilla Glue released a statement saying they are very sorry to hear about Tessica’s unfortunate incident but, their product “is not indicated for use in or on hair as it is considered permanent.”
Tessica feels the label is misleading because it states do not use on eyes, skin, or clothing, but it doesn’t mention hair.
Even though the packaging states that the product is for permanent use, Tessica felt that it was okay to use because it also has multi-use on the packaging.
Tessica has shown her appreciation for her supporters via her Instagram account and she has created a GoFundMe for her medical bills.
A GoFundMe has been launched to help Tessica out financially in her unfortunate situation.
So far, she has raised over $11,400 in donations.
Our prayers are with Tessica Brown and we hope she finds some resolution for her situation.
Do you think Tessica has a case against Gorilla Glue?