Gypsy Rose Details Being Chained To Bed For Two Weeks By Her Mom

Fans Question Gypsy Rose Blanchard's Belly Button In Latest Post [PHOTOS]

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By Kelly Coffey-Behrens on February 4, 2024 at 2:21 PM EST

Gypsy Rose Blanchardis showing off her stomach in her latest Instagram snaps as she thanks her fans for the massive support.

As you know, the 32-year-old spent the last several years in prison after pleading guilty to the second-degree murder of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard. She is now on parole.

As she is making up for lost time, she is having some fun on social media, documenting her everyday life and sharing pics of her, her husband, Ryan Anderson, and her other family members.

Her most recent snap is grabbing fans' attention as she posed for a mirror selfie while showing off her midsection.

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The 32-year-old posed for a selfie as she snapped a mirror selfie, wearing leggings and a sports bra. Her lips are pursed into the iconic duck face pose as she holds her phone and leans on the bathroom sink.

"She ateeee," one of her fans commented on the post as another said, "OKAY QUEEN."

Others, however, couldn't help but notice the placement of Gypsy's belly button, which seems to be off-center.

"But why’s your belly button running sideways," one fan asked as another commented, "Why is your belly button so high up?"

"Her belly button is too up? No?" one of her followers asked.

"I just seen her belly button change different angles or am I trippin'?" one social media user said.

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Alongside the mirror snaps, the 32-year-old thanked her fans and supporters for "remaining to follow my life journey."

"Y’all kind words are very uplifting. I never said that I was perfect, I am 100% human, I make mistakes but I learn from them. I gain achievements, celebrate them with me. I invite y’all into my world not as a public figure but as JUST GYPSY," she continued.

Adding, "Me being myself, doing whatever makes me happy as I begin my new life. There will be good times, there will be bad times but that is what I have waited 32 years for…to live my life in freedom and whoever is left standing by my side is my true supporters."

Many of Gypsy's fans continued to praise the 32-year-old as one user commented, "Ok Gypsy rose!!! Pop off."

"Slay queen," another follower wrote.

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Gypsy Rose Sentenced To Prison For Her Involvement In Her Mother's Murder

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As we repoted, Gypsy Rose is believed to be a victim of Munchausen by proxy, which is a physiological disorder that many believe her mom, Dee Dee, had. Munchausen by proxy is a behavioral disorder "marked by attention-seeking behavior by a caregiver through those who are in their care," per WebMD.

Over the years, Dee Dee took Gypsy Rose to the hospital over 100 times and convinced the doctors to give Gypsy various surgeries, including gastrointestinal operations, the removal of her salivary glands, and certain eye procedures.

After Gypsy found out that her mom fabricated the medical diagnosis, she felt the only way out was to get rid of Dee Dee, so she and her then-boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn, began plotting her murder.

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Both Gypsy and Nicholas were sentenced to prison. Gypsy was sentenced to 10 years with the possibility of parole after she completed 85% of her sentence, while Nicholas was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard

The 32-year-old has been out of prison for approximately one month and seemingly is catching up on life as she's already adopted a new puppy, released a new docuseries, attended a wrestling event, and appeared on several daytime talk shows including 'Good Morning America'.

Shortly before her release, Gypsy Rose Blanchard spoke to PEOPLE, admitting that if she “had another chance to redo everything, I don’t know if I would go back to when I was a child and tell my aunts and uncles that I’m not sick and mommy makes me sick.”

She was released from prison after serving 85% of her 10-year sentence for pleading guilty to second-degree murder and is now on parole.

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