Gypsy Rose Blanchard 'ordered to leave the state' and won't get to meet Taylor Swift at Travis Kelce game

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By Kim Novak

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard has reportedly been asked to leave the state of Missouri by her parole officer, meaning she is set to miss her first chance to potentially meet Taylor Swift since her release.

The now-32-year-old, who was released early from prison after serving seven years of her 10-year sentence for her involvement in the murder of her mother, Clauddine 'Dee Dee' Blanchard, has been a free woman since December 28. 

The Munchausen syndrome by proxy victim has previously been open about her desire to meet her favorite artist, Taylor Swift, and had been hoping that would occur this weekend at Sunday's Kansas City Chiefs game.

Gypsy Rose and her husband, Ryan Anderson, 37, reportedly had tickets to the game - which Taylor is believed to be attending to support her boyfriend, tight end Travis Kelce, however, her parole officer has seemingly thrown a spanner in the works by making her leave Missouri.

According to reports from TMZ, Gypsy Rose was recently notified by her parole officer that she and her family must leave Missouri.

The exact reason for the decision remains unclear, however, it is believed it may be down to security risks to the Kansas City area where she has been since her release, due to the interest around her.

The publication states that law enforcement officials spoke to the state corrections unit and notified them that they "wanted her gone ASAP", and the former inmate is said to be on her way to Louisiana with her husband.

Since her release, Gypsy Rose has been making the most of her freedom by starting her own Instagram account and posting her first selfie, as well as happily posing for photos with fans while out and about, and shopping.

However, her planned visit to the Kansas City Chiefs game on Sunday has had to be put on hold, meaning she will miss her first opportunity to possibly meet Taylor at the game.

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard had been hoping to meet Taylor Swift at this weekend's Kansas City Chiefs game. Credit: James Devaney/GC Images/Getty Images

TMZ reports that Gypsy Rose and Ryan have had tickets for the game for months, as well as Chiefs merchandise that she'd received for Christmas, and she's "bummed" that she won't be able to be there in person.

Despite not being in Taylor's presence on the night, Gypsy Rose is still said to be "grateful" to be free and able to spend quality time with her loved ones all the same.

Gypsy Rose was sentenced to 10 years in prison following the 2015 murder of her mother, Dee Dee, who was stabbed to death by Nicholas Godejohn, who received a life sentence.

Nicholas and Gypsy Rose had been dating at the time after meeting on a Christian dating site, and had allegedly colluded to kill Dee Dee.

Gypsy Rose had been a victim of Munchausen syndrome by proxy at the hands of her mother, who'd claimed her daughter had a series of serious illnesses, including leukemia, and had made her undergo several medical procedures which had never been necessary.

Now, Gypsy Rose is looking to tell her story in her own words and has been followed by cameras since her release.

Her life story will also be told in a Lifetime special, The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard, which will air for three nights from January 5.

Featured image credit: Lifetime/Gypsy Rose Blanchard Instagram

Gypsy Rose Blanchard 'ordered to leave the state' and won't get to meet Taylor Swift at Travis Kelce game

vt-author-image

By Kim Novak

Article saved!Article saved!

Gypsy Rose Blanchard has reportedly been asked to leave the state of Missouri by her parole officer, meaning she is set to miss her first chance to potentially meet Taylor Swift since her release.

The now-32-year-old, who was released early from prison after serving seven years of her 10-year sentence for her involvement in the murder of her mother, Clauddine 'Dee Dee' Blanchard, has been a free woman since December 28. 

The Munchausen syndrome by proxy victim has previously been open about her desire to meet her favorite artist, Taylor Swift, and had been hoping that would occur this weekend at Sunday's Kansas City Chiefs game.

Gypsy Rose and her husband, Ryan Anderson, 37, reportedly had tickets to the game - which Taylor is believed to be attending to support her boyfriend, tight end Travis Kelce, however, her parole officer has seemingly thrown a spanner in the works by making her leave Missouri.

According to reports from TMZ, Gypsy Rose was recently notified by her parole officer that she and her family must leave Missouri.

The exact reason for the decision remains unclear, however, it is believed it may be down to security risks to the Kansas City area where she has been since her release, due to the interest around her.

The publication states that law enforcement officials spoke to the state corrections unit and notified them that they "wanted her gone ASAP", and the former inmate is said to be on her way to Louisiana with her husband.

Since her release, Gypsy Rose has been making the most of her freedom by starting her own Instagram account and posting her first selfie, as well as happily posing for photos with fans while out and about, and shopping.

However, her planned visit to the Kansas City Chiefs game on Sunday has had to be put on hold, meaning she will miss her first opportunity to possibly meet Taylor at the game.

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard had been hoping to meet Taylor Swift at this weekend's Kansas City Chiefs game. Credit: James Devaney/GC Images/Getty Images

TMZ reports that Gypsy Rose and Ryan have had tickets for the game for months, as well as Chiefs merchandise that she'd received for Christmas, and she's "bummed" that she won't be able to be there in person.

Despite not being in Taylor's presence on the night, Gypsy Rose is still said to be "grateful" to be free and able to spend quality time with her loved ones all the same.

Gypsy Rose was sentenced to 10 years in prison following the 2015 murder of her mother, Dee Dee, who was stabbed to death by Nicholas Godejohn, who received a life sentence.

Nicholas and Gypsy Rose had been dating at the time after meeting on a Christian dating site, and had allegedly colluded to kill Dee Dee.

Gypsy Rose had been a victim of Munchausen syndrome by proxy at the hands of her mother, who'd claimed her daughter had a series of serious illnesses, including leukemia, and had made her undergo several medical procedures which had never been necessary.

Now, Gypsy Rose is looking to tell her story in her own words and has been followed by cameras since her release.

Her life story will also be told in a Lifetime special, The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard, which will air for three nights from January 5.

Featured image credit: Lifetime/Gypsy Rose Blanchard Instagram