Gypsy Rose Blanchard's New Year's plans revealed as she's set to be released from prison

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By James Kay

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard has an imminent prison release date of December 28, and she has revealed her immediate plans for the new year.

Gypsy was sentenced to 10 years in prison following the murder of her mother Dee Dee in 2015. Her then-boyfriend Nicholas Godejohn was given a life sentence for carrying out the murder.

The case captured worldwide attention after it was revealed that Dee Dee had subjected Gypsy to years of abuse, claiming that she was sick and later being diagnosed with Munchausen by proxy.

After serving nearly eight years behind bars for her role in the murder of her mother, Gypsy is set to be released in the coming days and knows exactly what she wants to do first.

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Credit: Greene County Sheriff's Department

In a statement to TMZ, Gypsy revealed that she and her husband, Ryan, have secured tickets for the Kansas City Chiefs game on December 31, just days after her anticipated release on December 28.

She is hopeful that Arrowhead Stadium will be the setting for her long-awaited meeting with Taylor Swift.

Acknowledging that Swift might not be present at the Chiefs' game, especially if she's not there to support her rumored boyfriend, Travis Kelce, Gypsy has a backup plan. She intends to purchase tickets for Taylor's October 2024 tour stop in New Orleans.

Gypsy refers to Swift as the "kick-ass chick" who taught her the true meaning of girl power.

Gypsy credits Taylor's songs, particularly 'Eyes Open', for providing inspiration and helping her navigate the trauma resulting from her mother's abuse.

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Gypsy credits Taylor as the person who taught her the meaning of "girl power". Credit: Terry Wyatt/Getty

Using the commissary money sent by her father, Gypsy ensures she has every Taylor Swift album in her collection. While expressing her admiration for the singer, Gypsy also revealed her enthusiasm for football and expressed a desire to meet Travis Kelce.

Recognizing the potential challenges, given Taylor's presence in luxury suites during games and Travis's game-day commitments, Gypsy acknowledged that actually meeting the famous couple might be a long shot.

Regardless, she remains hopeful that she'll one day be able to meet her idol.

Throughout her life, Gypsy endured a series of false medical diagnoses that subjected her to unnecessary surgeries and interventions, all orchestrated by her mother's deceitful narrative to medical professionals.

Her mother's deceptive practices began shortly after Gypsy's birth in 1991 when she falsely asserted that the newborn suffered from sleep apnea - a condition causing irregular breathing during sleep.

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Nicholas Godejohn was given a life sentence. Credit: Greene County Sheriff's Department

Subsequently, a cascade of fabricated illnesses unfolded, including leukemia and muscular dystrophy. These false diagnoses led to the confinement of the young girl to a wheelchair for a significant portion of her life.

It was only later, through expert examination, that the truth emerged - Gypsy was, in fact, perfectly healthy. The deceptive orchestrator behind the medical charade was revealed to be her mother, suffering from Munchausen by proxy syndrome.

After meeting Nicholas on a Christian dating website, the pair orchestrated Dee Dee's murder which was carried out by Nicholas while Gypsy was present at the residence.

Featured image credit: Terry Wyatt/Getty

Gypsy Rose Blanchard's New Year's plans revealed as she's set to be released from prison

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

Gypsy Rose Blanchard has an imminent prison release date of December 28, and she has revealed her immediate plans for the new year.

Gypsy was sentenced to 10 years in prison following the murder of her mother Dee Dee in 2015. Her then-boyfriend Nicholas Godejohn was given a life sentence for carrying out the murder.

The case captured worldwide attention after it was revealed that Dee Dee had subjected Gypsy to years of abuse, claiming that she was sick and later being diagnosed with Munchausen by proxy.

After serving nearly eight years behind bars for her role in the murder of her mother, Gypsy is set to be released in the coming days and knows exactly what she wants to do first.

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Credit: Greene County Sheriff's Department

In a statement to TMZ, Gypsy revealed that she and her husband, Ryan, have secured tickets for the Kansas City Chiefs game on December 31, just days after her anticipated release on December 28.

She is hopeful that Arrowhead Stadium will be the setting for her long-awaited meeting with Taylor Swift.

Acknowledging that Swift might not be present at the Chiefs' game, especially if she's not there to support her rumored boyfriend, Travis Kelce, Gypsy has a backup plan. She intends to purchase tickets for Taylor's October 2024 tour stop in New Orleans.

Gypsy refers to Swift as the "kick-ass chick" who taught her the true meaning of girl power.

Gypsy credits Taylor's songs, particularly 'Eyes Open', for providing inspiration and helping her navigate the trauma resulting from her mother's abuse.

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Gypsy credits Taylor as the person who taught her the meaning of "girl power". Credit: Terry Wyatt/Getty

Using the commissary money sent by her father, Gypsy ensures she has every Taylor Swift album in her collection. While expressing her admiration for the singer, Gypsy also revealed her enthusiasm for football and expressed a desire to meet Travis Kelce.

Recognizing the potential challenges, given Taylor's presence in luxury suites during games and Travis's game-day commitments, Gypsy acknowledged that actually meeting the famous couple might be a long shot.

Regardless, she remains hopeful that she'll one day be able to meet her idol.

Throughout her life, Gypsy endured a series of false medical diagnoses that subjected her to unnecessary surgeries and interventions, all orchestrated by her mother's deceitful narrative to medical professionals.

Her mother's deceptive practices began shortly after Gypsy's birth in 1991 when she falsely asserted that the newborn suffered from sleep apnea - a condition causing irregular breathing during sleep.

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Nicholas Godejohn was given a life sentence. Credit: Greene County Sheriff's Department

Subsequently, a cascade of fabricated illnesses unfolded, including leukemia and muscular dystrophy. These false diagnoses led to the confinement of the young girl to a wheelchair for a significant portion of her life.

It was only later, through expert examination, that the truth emerged - Gypsy was, in fact, perfectly healthy. The deceptive orchestrator behind the medical charade was revealed to be her mother, suffering from Munchausen by proxy syndrome.

After meeting Nicholas on a Christian dating website, the pair orchestrated Dee Dee's murder which was carried out by Nicholas while Gypsy was present at the residence.

Featured image credit: Terry Wyatt/Getty