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Gypsy Rose Blanchard reveals over 250 men reached out wanting to date her while in prison

Gypsy Rose Blanchard reveals over 250 men reached out wanting to date her while in prison

The 32-year-old said that while he husband instantly stood out, hundreds of men tried to date her while behind bars

After serving seven years of her sentence, Gypsy-Rose Blanchard adapts to life on the outside with her new husband, but that didn't stop besotted men trying to make contact.

32-year-old Gypsy-Rose Blanchard served seven of her 10 year sentence for the murder of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, and is now free to live life on her own terms.

she was married in prison back in 2022. credit: instagram
she was married in prison back in 2022. credit: instagram

The Gypsy-Rose trial was one of the most well-documented and sinister cases of Munchausen-by-proxy in history. For Gypsy’s entire life her mother would tell doctors, friends and neighbours that her daughter suffered from a myriad of illnesses, including sleep apnea, seizures, visual impairment and even Leukemia.

Her mother Dee-Dee insisted to health professionals that her daughter required to be in a wheelchair and ‘had the mental capacity of a seven-year-old,’ however, her claims came into question after a doctor noticed that Gypsy was, in fact, able to walk.

In 2015, after years of living as a sick child with her carer mother, Gypsy asked her boyfriend at the time, Nicholas Godejohn, to murder her mother in her own home, which he complied.

Godejohn was sentenced to life in prison, while Gypsy was sentenced to 10 years for second degree murder and was released 28th December 2023.

After her recent release, she has finally moved into a home in Louisiana with her husband, Ryan Anderson, who she married behind bars in a prison ceremony in 2022.

Gypsy Rose's husband has been targeted by trolls.

She told ET: “"Well, Ryan's from Louisiana, and I'm originally from Louisiana. [When] I saw that, I'm kinda like, 'Hey, someone from my home state,' so I wrote him a letter back. We became friends and, of course, more than friends and then now we're married."

"It was like integrating into our new life together and just settling into married life," she shares. "We cooked our first dinner together and, you know, it's fun. We're learning about each other. I've already told him to put the toilet seat down several times."

As she continues to build on her new life, she says that although her and Ryan had a connection from the start, ‘around 250’ men wrote to her in an effort to date her.

‘I was just tired of feeling alone,’ she admitted.

As she enjoys being a newly-wed, Gypsy also commented on the prospect of children, saying it’s ‘not out of the question.’

She told ET: “We're just trying to start off the marriage on a good foot before we bring kids into this situation right now, but never say never.”

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Entertainment Tonight

Topics: Crime, True crime, Gypsy Rose Blanchard