Gypsy Rose Blanchard Pops Bottles And Parties After Release From Prison

Gypsy Rose Blanchard Says Her Husband's 'D Is Fire' In Bold IG Comment

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By Favour Adegoke on January 3, 2024 at 10:45 AM EST

Gypsy Rose Blanchard, who was recently released from prison after her role in her mother's murder, defends her husband, Ryan Anderson, against critics in a bold social media post.

In an interview, the couple, married for two years, expressed excitement and anxiety about post-prison life in the spotlight.

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard Says Critics 'Don't Matter And Family Is Who Matters'

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On one of her husband's Instagram posts, Gypsy Rose Blanchard recently defended him against critics in the comments. The 32-year-old wrote: "Ryan, don't listen to the haters. I love you, and you love me. We don't owe anyone anything. Our family is who matters."

She continued: "If you get likes and good comments, great, if you get hate, then whatever because THEY DONT MATTER." The former state prisoner cheekily declared that the source of jealousy is "because you are rocking my world every night…yeah, I said it, the D is [fire]. Happy wife happy life."

Responding to Blanchard, Anderson stated: "Who said I gave a damn about what these jealous people say anyway, come get it, Baby..."

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She Was Incarcerated For Her Involvement In Her Mother's Murder

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Before her cheeky comment, Blanchard was granted parole on December 28, 2023, marking the end of her seven-year+ confinement at the Chillicothe Correctional Center in Missouri. Her release follows a 2016 conviction related to her involvement in the tragic murder of her mother, Dee Dee.

At the time, Dee Dee faced allegations of subjecting Blanchard to years of feigned disability, confined to a wheelchair with a feeding tube. Seeking liberation, the "Mommy Dead and Dearest" star persuaded her then-boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn, to fatally stab her mother.

Both were apprehended for their roles in Dee Dee's demise, and Godejohn now serves a life sentence, while Blanchard only served 7+ of her 10-year sentence.

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard And Ryan Anderson's Love Story

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Blanchard and her husband, Anderson, first crossed paths when Anderson, a special education teacher from Louisiana inspired by the 2017 HBO documentary "Mommy Dead and Dearest," sent her a letter in 2020. Their connection blossomed, and two years later, they were married.

In an exclusive interview with People Magazine, Blanchard and Anderson expressed their enthusiasm for post-prison married life. However, they were also anxious about how living in the spotlight might impact their relationship. "I think the only fear that I have is, honestly, just making sure that we have good conflict [resolution]. I'm a very 'in the moment' type of person, so I want to make sure if we argue, I want to clear it up in the moment."

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Opening up about their differing approaches to conflict resolution, the "Gypsy Revenge" star shared, "My only concern is ensuring we handle disagreements effectively. I'm spontaneous and prefer resolving issues at the moment, whereas he takes time to reflect and revisit discussions hours later. Finding a balance is key."

"He is … the opposite, where he has to sit on things and think about it, and then come back a couple hours later and resolve it," she added.

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard And Ryan Anderson On Navigating Life As A Married Couple Post-Prison

Although married for two years, Blanchard and Anderson's marriage was entirely long-distance because of her incarceration. Now that she's out,

Blanchard anticipates living with her beau, and acknowledges the forthcoming adjustment, expressing, "I've never lived with a man. I grew up with a mom, so I didn't even grow up with a dad in the house. So I'm like, 'I don't even know what it's like to live with a man.'"

During the conversation, Anderson also shared their plans for Blanchard's initial days of freedom, intending to craft a "romantic night out" featuring gumbo and presents. "Gypsy's never been on a real date where you go and sit somewhere and eat and go to a movie or do whatever," he explained.

However, Anderson remains skeptical about the heightened attention their lives might attract. "It's going to be a whirlwind, and there'll be a lot of attention. I'm still very nervous about that. I'm a very private person," he confides.

The couple's journey, leading up to Blanchard's release, will be unveiled in Lifetime's compelling docuseries, "The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard," premiering on January 5.

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