An Ohio woman, Alyssa Zebrasky, whose mugshot went viral for her intense face-tats, shows off her new look after getting laser removal surgery KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, January 3, 2023

An Ohio woman, Alyssa Zebrasky, whose mugshot went viral for her intense face-tats, shows off her new look after getting laser removal surgery

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that An Ohio woman whose mugshot went viral for her intense face-tats, shows off her new look after getting laser removal surgery.

Alyssa Zebrasky, 31, first made headlines in Dec. 2018 after she was arrested in Ohio on charges of shoplifting and drug possession.

Her booking photo showed her forehead covered with a spider web tattoo, along with Day of the Dead-inspired skull design around her eyes, cheeks, nose and lips.

In April. 2019, Zebrasky and her macabre ink were back in the news after she was picked by the police again.

But now, more than three years later, Zebrasky has turned her life around after completing a drug court program and rehabilitation.

As part of her recovery process, she has decided to get rid of all her face tattoos in a bid to forget about an ex-boyfriend. Zebrasky said that she had agreed to acquire the grim body art more than four years ago while in a toxic relationship with her then-partner, who at the time was in a gang that she wanted to join. To become part of the group, the boyfriend told her she needed to get face tattoos.

The woman went under the needle during two arduous sessions in June 2018, from which she emerged looking like the stuff of nightmares, reported Kennedy News.

Zebrasky found herself in police custody three times in six months, including one incident with her ex that resulted in short police chase, which they blamed on him “needing the bathroom.”

After undergoing rehabilitation, Zebrasky became desperate to permanently get rid of the tattoos, so she turned to a Texas-based charity called INK-nitiatve, which helps people remove undesired body art to get a fresh start free of stigma.

Alyssa Zebrasky was turned into a walking skull after having an elaborate Day of the Dead tattoo done four years ago while she was in a toxic relationship with an ex-partner, who also had elaborate face inkings. The 31-year-old got a spider web on her forehead as well as black shading around her eyes, nose, cheeks and lips during two arduous sessions in June 2018.

Alyssa found herself in police custody three times in six months, including one incident with her ex that resulted in a short police chase, which they blamed on him 'needing the bathroom'. But after completing a drug court program and rehab, Alyssa has turned her life around - but is forced to cover the tattoos under layers of foundation and concealer.

So then I feel proud because change is possible and healing and learning new things are possible. I like being able to look back and see my personal growth."

Despite sporting tattoos all over her body, heavy machinery worker Alyssa only wants to zap the ones on her face and hands due to the association of them with her ex, who she was arrested and got the tattoos with.

Alyssa said: "We [my ex and I] were having a conversation one day and he said 'you should get your face tattooed'.

"Initially I said no and then he just kept talking about it. [Now I believe it was] so nobody else would want me.


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