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#GorillaGlueGirl Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon Performing $12,500 Glue Removal Procedure For Free

Michael Obeng of Beverly Hills' Miko Plastic Surgery told TMZ that he wants to help Gorilla Glue Girl Tessica Brown and he's footing the bill for a $12,500 glue removal procedure.

The woman the Internet’s dubbed #GorillaGlueGirl might soon be free from her huge hair mishap!

As previously reported after a hospital visit, tea-tree oil, Acetone wipes, saline water, and various other failed remedies, Tessica Brown and her super sealed scalp are getting some assistance from a plastic surgeon.
Dr. Michael Obeng of Beverly Hills’ Miko Plastic Surgery told TMZ that he wants to help Tessica and he’s footing the bill for a glue removal procedure he estimates will cost $12,500. According to Dr. Obeng, although he’s never had a case quite like Tessica’s he’s “confident” he can help the Lousiana woman by using medical-grade glue remover.

Tessica will reportedly fly to California Wednesday for the procedure that could take between 2 to 3 days.

Ahead of her visit with the surgeon, Tessica’s getting flooded with support.

Her GoFundMe that had a goal of $1,500 has raised more than $13,000 in a single day and it’s surging with glue removal tips from concerned citizens.

“Use lemon juice and olive oil not those chemicals!! Cover [sic] eyes. Be blessed!” wrote one.

“I am sorry to hear about your bad luck,” wrote another. “Have you tried WD-40 oil…it removes super glues from fabrics and panelling[sic]. You cold[sic] test it first and see how it goes. Stay strong you’ll find a way out! ❤️”

Influencer LaLa Milan who parodied Tessica’s hair struggles on Instagram has the top donation of $500.

Tessica is also still reportedly weighing legal options against Gorilla Glue for their “misleading” label that doesn’t mention that the product shouldn’t be used on hair; instead only warning against Gorilla Glue use on “eyes, skin or clothing.”

After Gorilla Glue issued a formal statement yesterday on Tessica’s predicament, people encouraged the brand to “do the right thing” and “help her.” Several suggested a sponsorship and/or a cash sum for the TikToker whose video has over 2 million views.

Hmmmmmm.

What do YOU think about the latest “Gorilla Glue Girl” update??? Hopefully, she’ll be relieved from this coiffure crisis soon.

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