Charla Nash, woman attacked by chimp, reveals face on Oprah (photos + video)
Charla Nash, the victim of the horrifying chimp attack, has revealed the extent of her injuries in public for the first time.
WARNING: The video and photo below are extremely graphic.
During an interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show on Wednesday, Nash willingly removed her veiled hat that usually covers her face, which was swollen and disfigured.
The 56-year-old lost her nose, lips, hands, and an eyelid in the attack. A large part of her scalp is also missing.
The attack in February took place when Sandra Herold, owner of the 200-pound chimpanzee named Travis, asked Nash to help lure the animal back into her house in Connecticut. The chimp was shot and killed by the police.
Travis was well known in Stamford because he starred in TV commercials for Old Navy and Coca-Cola when he was younger.