Gypsy Rose Blanchard Goes Private On Social Media After 1 Conversation With Her Dad

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard Goes Private: Gypsy Rose Blanchard is trying to live a low-key life by reducing her social media activity.

After being released from prison in December, Blanchard—who gained widespread attention a decade ago for killing her violent mother—found solace online. However, she deleted her publicly accessible Instagram account, which had millions of followers, early this week.

“Many people are wondering, ‘What happened?'” Blanchard recounted the events in a video posted to her now-defunct TikTok account, where she spoke candidly about her conversation with her father and received some much-needed advice.

“And that advice was that tangible reality is something you can connect with,” she said.

The fact that Blanchard has confirmed her private Instagram account is noteworthy, though.

In another video that has since been removed, she stated, “I had absolutely no trouble or doubts about deleting that public one.” “Some people thought I was crazy for removing that many followers.'” “I could care less about a following,” I thought to myself. That isn’t how life really is.

The reticent influencer continued by saying that she no longer wishes to exist “under a microscope,” despite having previously uploaded films online documenting her newfound independence.

Clauddine “Dee Dee” Blanchard’s murder was plotted by Blanchard and her ex-boyfriend Nicholas Godejohn in 2015. The daughter’s claims in court indicated that her mother suffered from Munchausen syndrome by proxy, leading her to exaggerately blame herself for her mother’s disabilities and chronic illnesses and having her undergo needless surgeries.

In 2016, Gypsy Rose Blanchard admitted guilt and received a 10-year prison term for second-degree murder. In 2019, Godejohn was handed a life sentence without the possibility of release for the murder of Blanchard’s mother.

In 2022, Blanchard wed Ryan Scott Anderson, a teacher from Louisiana, while incarcerated at Missouri’s Chillicothe Correctional Center. The following year, news spread that she had been approved for early release.

The woman whose story has gone viral, nevertheless, seems determined to disappear from view.

Why everyone is so curious about my life is beyond me. On TikTok, she stated, “I don’t get it.” I don’t consider myself famous. Particularly for what purpose? I done something wrong, you know. I don’t understand, but I’m attempting to improve myself right now.

Not her, she said. I am not well-known. I am nothing. I am merely a Gypsy.

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