Gypsy Rose Blanchard Reveals Shocking Confessions in Lifetime Documentary

Springfield, Missouri – Gypsy Rose Blanchard, known for her involvement in the murder of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, has recently shared new revelations about her life in a Lifetime documentary titled “The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard.” The documentary features candid interviews with Gypsy, providing insights into her past and shedding light on events that she had not previously disclosed.

In the documentary, Gypsy reveals that she was sexually abused by her grandfather after her parents divorced and she moved in with her mother and grandparents. She shares that her grandfather would take her out of her wheelchair and engage in sexual acts with her. Gypsy, who was only nine years old at the time, says she did not understand that this behavior was wrong and was instructed by her grandfather to keep it a secret.

Dee Dee’s brother, Evans Pitre, suggests that Dee Dee planted the idea of the abuse in Gypsy’s mind. However, Gypsy firmly acknowledges that the abuse did happen and that she will never forgive her grandfather.

Another shocking revelation in the documentary is Dee Dee’s manipulation and control over Gypsy through a “voodoo hex.” Dee Dee put together a jar containing pictures of Gypsy and a man she had feelings for, a cow’s tongue, and Gypsy’s menstrual blood. She buried the jar in the backyard, telling Gypsy that she would never find love or happiness. Gypsy still carries the belief instilled by her mother and feels cursed, as every time she gets close to someone, they leave her.

Gypsy also discloses that she shot her mother with a BB gun during one of their conflicts. After running away, Gypsy’s mother bought a gun, which terrified her. In a moment of desperation, Gypsy grabbed the gun and pulled the trigger multiple times. Fortunately, the gun turned out to be a BB gun, causing superficial wounds to Dee Dee.

A significant aspect of Gypsy’s life that emerges from the documentary is her addiction to pain pills. After undergoing a surgery that led to her losing several teeth, Gypsy started taking pain medication prescribed by doctors. When the medication ran out, she began taking her mother’s Vicodin without her knowledge. Gypsy became addicted and later turned to cigarettes and Suboxone while in prison. However, she is now clean and sober.

The documentary also reveals that Gypsy made a video for her boyfriend at the time, Nicholas Godejohn, instructing him on how to commit the murder. The video, shown in the documentary, depicts Gypsy demonstrating stabbing motions while indicating how to reach her mother’s bedroom in the dark. She explains that she was under the influence of pain pills at the time and detached from reality.

Just before her marriage to her current husband, Ryan Anderson, Gypsy confessed to reaching out to her ex-fiance. With the intention of starting her marriage with no regrets, Gypsy shared the truth with Ryan, reassuring him that she no longer had feelings for her ex.

Gypsy’s revelations in “The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard” provide a deeper understanding of the events that surrounded her relationship with her mother and ultimately led to her involvement in Dee Dee’s murder. These new insights shed light on the complex dynamics and traumatic experiences Gypsy endured. Gypsy, now released on parole after serving eight-and-a-half years of her 10-year sentence, continues to navigate her newfound freedom and adjust to life outside of prison.