TikToker Tessica Brown who put Gorilla Glue on hair offered help from plastic surgeon as she raises $13K in one day

A TIKTOKER who put Gorilla Glue on her hair has been offered help from a plastic surgeon as she raises $13,000 in just one day.

Tessica Brown admitted herself to emergency at St. Bernard Parish Hospital in Chalmette, Louisiana, after her unfortunate incident went viral.

In her original post, Tessica told her followers that her hair had been stuck parted to the side in a long braid for over a month after she used Gorilla Glue to replace her hairspray.

She now has an offer from surgeon Dr Michael Obeng who claims he can fix Tessica's hair in Los Angeles, TMZ reported.

Tessica will reportedly fly from Louisiana to LA tomorrow, and it will take two to three days for the glue to be removed from her hair after the procedure.

Dr Obeng is reportedly performing the operation for free, using medical-grade glue remover.

Tessica has raised $13,382 from 776 donations in just one day on GoFundMe, having originally set out to generate just $1,500.

It's not clear what she plans to use the money on, but she reportedly wants to sue over the ordeal.

Gorilla Glue had tweeted that it felt sorry for Tessica but added that it's "product is not indicated for use in or on hair as it is considered permanent".

Speaking during the video, she said: “My hair has been like this for about a month now.

“It’s not by choice – when I do my hair I like to finish it off with a little got2b glued spray (a Schwarzkopf hair setting spray) you know just to keep it in place.”

“Well I didn’t have any more got2b glued spray so I used this.”

Tessica held up a can of Gorilla Glue Heavy Duty spray adhesive.

“Bad, bad, bad idea!” she continued, “My hair, it don’t move, you hear what I’m telling you – it don’t move.

“I’ve washed my hair 15 times and it don’t move.”

At one point in the clip, she pats her head to show viewers what the glue product has left her with – essentially a helmet made of hair and adhesive.

In a follow up video, Tessica told her followers she couldn’t wash out the Gorilla Glue that was now fused to her hair, or shave her head. 

She also said that the glue made her hair grow tighter on her head, which caused painful headaches.

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