A GoFundMe Page For 'Gorilla Glue Girl' Has Raised Nearly 12 Times Her Original Goal

Brown is seeking medical treatment in L.A.
Tessica Brown GoFundMe Gorilla Glue Girl

Tessica Brown, aka "Gorilla Glue Girl," started a GoFundMe page to help fund a fix for her horrible hair mishap and it has already raised nearly 12 times the original goal.

The Louisiana native, who went viral for using Gorilla Glue spray to set her hair, is in need of medical treatment to remove the glue helmet from her head.

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As of Wednesday evening, donors had raised over $18,000 to help Brown, which is far beyond her original goal of $1,500. 

After the fundraiser's success, Brown shared that she is on her way to Los Angeles, California, to get the glue removed.

TMZ reported that Brown received an offer from Beverly Hill plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng to fix the sticky situation.

It has not been confirmed if Obeng is the doctor she's seeing, but Brown is definitely going to L.A. in search of a solution. 

According to reports, Dr. Obeng was planning to perform the estimated $12,500 procedure at no charge, but Brown has now raised enough on GoFundMe to cover that cost if need be. 

Brown has been updating her followers on her journey to remove the glue on both TikTok and Instagram, so hopefully she'll keep us in the loop while she's in L.A.