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Gypsy Rose Blanchard given warning by concerned fans after posting snap of date with husband

Gypsy Rose Blanchard given warning by concerned fans after posting snap of date with husband

The 32-year-old posted a picture of herself and her husband at a broadway performance

If you'd just spent nearly eight years in prison, what would be the first thing that you did after getting out?

For Gypsy Rose Blanchard, one of the things she wanted to do was see a Broadway show - which she documented on her social media:

The 32-year-old went to see a performance of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on January 6.

She went there on a date in New York City with her husband Ryan Scott Anderson.

In a video post to her Instagram page, Blanchard showed the view from their seats on the balcony and also said that they would be sharing their thoughts on the play after it finished.

But the post sparked concern with some of her followers for a very good reason - and they took to the comments to share some social media advice with her.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard went to the theatre with her husband Ryan Scott Anderson.

One follower wrote: “Don’t post your location until after you’ve left it, Gypsy. Just as extra precaution for yourself, lots of crazies out there!”

Another echoed the sentiment, replying: "Please be careful posting where you are. You have a large following now and there are so many sick people out there. So many crazies. Please be safe."

And a third said: "Girl you need to post where you were, AFTER you’ve left."

It's not the first time Blanchard has had to worry about the impact that social media may have on her life.

She has previously spoken about how a number of accounts impersonating her sprung up online and issued a warning to her followers.

Blanchard posted: “WARNING! Watch out for fake Gypsy accounts like this one. My instagram is verified and I am working on verification on my other social media.

"Please be mindful of what accounts you see and follow and report any suspicious or fake accounts. Thank you.”

Her followers gave her some social media advice.

She's also recently responded to claims that her TikTok had been hacked.

Blanchard was released from prison after serving seven years of her 10-year prison sentence.

In 2016, she pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in connection with her mother Clauddine 'Dee Dee' Blanchard's death in 2015.

Her ex-boyfriend Nicholas 'Nick' Godejohn, who she met online, was sentenced to life without parole.

It emerged in court that her mother had convinced others that her daughter was terminally ill - which included making her use a wheelchair, shaving her head, and forcing her to take medication that she didn't need.

Blanchard claims she was a a victim of 'Munchhausen syndrome by proxy'.

After years of enduring the alleged abuse, she and Godejohn decided to plot to kill her mother.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@gypsyrose_a_blanchard

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