The plot thickens in the case of “Gorilla Glue girl” Tessica Brown.
The Louisiana woman, who used the super-glue to set her hair because she ran out of hairspray, is looking at suing the product’s manufacturer, according to TMZ.
Her hair has remained in place for a month. While the product’s label warns against using the glue on eyes, skin or clothing, it doesn’t specifically mention hair.
As of Tuesday morning, Brown had raised $14,000 in one day using aGoFundMe page — with an initial goal of $1,500 — but there is no indication what the money is going to be used for.
TMZ reported she’s planning on flying to L.A. on Wednesday where Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Michael Obeng has offered to end her dilemma for free.
Obeng is set to use medical-grade glue remover in a procedure that could take three days and normally costs $12,500.
Gorilla Glue in a statement said: “We are very sorry to hear about the unfortunate incident that Miss Brown experienced using our Spray Adhesive on her hair.”
The company emphasized its product “is not indicated for use in or on hair as it is considered permanent.”