Gorilla Glue Hair Girl Lawsuit Planning To Take Legal Action, Update, Instagram

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According to the latest reports, Tessica Brown who is known Gorilla Glue Hair Girl as may consider a lawsuit planning against the polyurethane adhesive company, re-licked after the gorilla glue girl was caught in “sticky” condition.

Recently, the gorilla glau girl went viral on social media after posting a TikTok video and discussing the highlighting her situation.

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Facing her nightmarish encounter with a bottle of Gorilla Glue Industrial Adhesives, she warned viewers about spraying such a substance on her hair.

Despite several attempts to wash the substance off her hair, the situation only escalated with Tessica Brown visiting the ER.

Its unfortunate result boosted global support, as concerned netizens eagerly watched. Recently, Gorilla Glue took to Twitter to issue an official apology to himself, where the company issued an advisory and wished Jessica Brown the best in her recovery:

Calling it a “unique” condition, Gorilla Glue clearly stated that the product is not intended for use on hair, as the damage may be permanent.

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“This is some weird situation because this product is not indicated for use in or on hair as it is considered permanent. Our spray adhesive states in the warning label, ‘do not swallow. Do not get in eyes, on skin or clothing…”

The lack of accountability was pointed out by concerned fans of Tesika Brown, who, according to as per the latest reports, is now considering taking legal action against the company.

Gorilla Glue Hair Girl Lawsuit Planning To Take Legal Action

In the latest video posted on her YouTube channel, fans can see Tessica Brown in the discomfort she sees as she receives treatment for her skull.

With each attempt, she wins in pain, as the severity of the situation is further exposed. From rubbing alcohol to applying the acetone, it looks like nothing works on his scalp.

It appears that after several unsuccessful attempts to remove the gorilla glue, Tessica now plans to take the legal route, as reported by TMZ.

She has allegedly hired a lawyer and is weighing the litigation against the company in light of a deceptive warning label, with no mention of hair.

his latest development split the Internet as Twitter users and soon began to argue personal callousness over a Viz brand accountability, leading to a controversial debate online, loaded with humour:

From the above responses, it is clear that her decision to sue gives a fad in the eyes of the general public.

With the sceptics running wild online, it remains to be seen whether the gorilla glue girl actually pursues the legal path. If so, what are the implications of this move?

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