GYPSY Rose Blanchard, who is serving a ten-year prison sentence for the 2015 murder of her mother, Dee Dee, is now a married woman.
Gypsy, 30, married Ryan Scott Anderson on June 27 in Missouri.
Not much is known about Gypsy’s new spouse except that he’s 36 and is from Lake Charles, Louisiana, according to the marriage license.
Gypsy was previously engaged to a man named Ken, whom she met through a pen pal program at his prison.
However, her stepmother, Kristy Blanchard, confirmed that they had called off the engagement.
After the split, family friend Fancy Marcelli told In Touch that Gypsy was dating several men in prison.
“I’m afraid she’s seeing someone and marrying her,” Fancy said last August.
“These are guys from support groups, gypsy support groups,” she said. “They got attached to Gypsy, and a lot of them just want the glory.
“One of the guys was 20 years older; they have already broken up. Some of the guys even went to jail to meet Gypsy.
Fancy added that Gypsy ended things with Ken because he “saw her as a cash cow…she didn’t trust him anymore.” Ken didn’t trust him either.
A MOTHER KNOWS BEST
Since birth, Gypsy had bravely battled a series of illnesses, including leukemia and epilepsy, under the watchful eye of his mother who cared for him full time.
As a teenager, the shaved-headed Gypsy was often heard talking about her and how close Dee Dee was. “We are a pair of shoes,” she said. “Never well without the other.”
But behind this apparent mutual devotion lies a twisted saga of deception, abuse and murder.
The dark story has now been turned into a TV drama, The Act, starring Patricia Arquette as Dee Dee and Joey King as Gypsy.
The first sign that all was not well with Gypsy Rose and Dee Dee was when a chilling Facebook post appeared on the couple’s shared Facebook profile on June 14, 2015. It read, “That bitch is dead!”
Then an even more horrifying message appeared: “I f *** ing slashed this fat pig and raped his sweet innocent daughter. . . his scream was so loud LOL.
When police searched the Springfield, Missouri home, 48-year-old Dee Dee was found lying face down in bloodied sheets after being brutally stabbed to death days earlier.
And Gypsy was missing, presumed kidnapped with all her wheelchairs, medicine and equipment still in the house. Cops tracked the disabled teenager to the village of Big Bend, Wisconsin, nearly 600 miles away.
She was staying at the family home of Nicholas Godejohn, a 26-year-old man she had met online.
But to their surprise, not only was Gypsy healthy, but she walked around unaided, without needing the oxygen tank she often carried behind her.
The police discovered her birth certificate and discovered that she was 23 years old, much older than believed.
Dee Dee controlled her daughter through constant psychological and physical abuse before Gypsy met Godejohn.
It was revealed that Dee Dee had an extreme case of Munchausen by proxy.
Gypsy was imprisoned for ten years for the conspiracy, after buying duct tape, gloves and a knife for Godejohn to carry out the murder.
Godejohn was charged with first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
After sentencing, Gypsy told Buzzfeed, “I feel like I’m more free in prison than living with my mom.
“Because now I have the right to live like a normal woman.”