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Gypsy Rose Blanchard was released from jail early Thursday morning. KSHB News confirms. Blanchard served seven years after being convicted in 2015 of the second-degree murder of her mother, Claudine “Dee Dee” Blanchard. , whose mother suffered from Munchausen syndrome by proxy, a disease in which a caregiver seeks sympathy for caring for someone with illnesses created for their children. The psychological disorder made Gypsy Rose believe that she was suffering from various diseases such as cancer when she was healthy. Gypsy Rose said she “talked” Godejan into committing the crime. Blanchard's story has been the subject of several news documentaries and Hulu Law, a fictional retelling of what led to Dee Dee's murder. Now, he's starring in an upcoming Lifetime documentary Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard, Her childhood abuse growing up and her current love life, she married her husband Ryan in prison. Gypsy Rose posted her “first selfie of freedom” on Instagram on Friday. At the time of publication, she had a 2.2. million followers. Commentators offered suggestions on what pop culture to catch up on now that he's free. “I think you'll love Ice Spice and Flo Milli,” wrote one commenter. “Also, Betty White's dead stupid band stopped.”
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