The Louisiana woman who went viral for using Gorilla Glue as hairspray may finally come unstuck — with a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon reportedly offering to remove the sticky stuff for free.
Tessica Brown, whose hair has been stuck solid for a month, has already tried medical help with a trip to the ER — with the acetone treatment only making the situation worse and burning her scalp, she has claimed.
Now plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng has told her he can finally end her sticky situation, using medical-grade glue remover in a procedure that could take three days, TMZ said.
Brown — who has raised more than $13,000 in an online fundraiser — is set to fly to Los Angeles Wednesday, the outlet said.
The procedure is estimated to cost $12,500, but Obeng has offered to do it for free, the report said.
Brown went viral when she revealed on TikTok how her hair had been stuck solid for a month after she used the extra-strong superglue after running out of her usual hair product.
“Bad, bad, bad idea,” she said in the original clip, which has been seen more than 20 million times by Tuesday morning.
She’s reportedly considering suing over the nightmare with the glue, which is only intended to be used with products like wood, laminate, fabric, paper and cardboard.
Gorilla Glue tweeted its sympathies over the “unfortunate situation” — but stressed there was no reason to think it was wise to use on hair.
“This is a unique situation because this product is not indicated for use in or on hair as it is considered permanent,” the company stressed.