“Gorilla Glue lady” Tessica Brown is in search of to stick it to a preferred blogger who has claimed she lied about her coif disaster – and is threatening authorized motion towards her.
An legal professional representing the Louisiana lady’s administration workforce despatched a cease-and-desist letter to a “Ms. Germon,” who reportedly runs the Instagram and Twitter accounts @gossipofthecity_, TMZ reported.
“It has lately come to our consideration that you’ve made disparaging statements concerning Tessica to third-parties via social media alleging that she fabricated an unlucky and traumatic incident,” the letter by legal professional Jeffrey Klein posted by the location states.
“Tessica’s state of affairs was neither contrived, nor a joke, and it’s disappointing that you’re making an attempt to capitalize on her misfortune,” it continues. “The statements you could have made are false, defamatory and to our thoughts, are being made with the only real intention of inflicting loss and injury to Tessica personally and professionally, to your personal achieve.”
The letter by the Fisher & Wolfe regulation agency in Beverly Hills additionally features a hyperlink to the blogger’s Instagram account, the place the author posted that it’s “unhappy what individuals doing for cash and 5 minutes if disgrace (sic).”
The legal professional calls on the blogger to “stop and desist making false and defamatory statements” and threatens to take authorized motion.
The blogger’s account has reposted a video from one other lady who claimed to have sprayed Gorilla Glue in her personal hair, attempting to debunk Brown’s story, TMZ reported.
“Salute to this sister who truly deserves the cash y’all donated to that liar. #girlbye,” the put up learn, in accordance to the outlet.
Gossip of the Metropolis has acknowledged the authorized missive in a separate put up, calling it a faux, in accordance to TMZ, which mentioned it was assured by Brown’s workforce that it is rather actual.
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Brown — who has employed an agent amid all of the publicity — raised almost $24,000 to pay for her medical payments however mentioned she’d donate most of it to charity after a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon eliminated the industrial-strength adhesive from her hair.