Are you trying to find out when Gypsy Rose Blanchard is set to be released from a Missouri prison? Well, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we’ll discuss the official release date for Gypsy Rose, who is best known for her involvement in the 2015 fatal stabbing of her mother. Read on for all the details!
The wait is over for enthusiasts of the documentary series entitled “Mommy Dead and Dearest” on the intriguing story of Gypsy Rose Blanchard. After being released from a 14-year incarceration for second-degree murder in July 2019, Gypsy Rose Blanchard will be released from prison and back home on Sunday, July 26th 2020.
At the age of 24, she has paid her dues for the crime of murdering her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard. During her incarceration in 2017, she was diagnosed with chronic post-traumatic stress disorder. This prompted the Missouri Department of Corrections and Office of Victim Services to review her case resulting in her early release. Some of the items Gypsy will have to adhere to while on parole are:
- Complying with all local, state and federal laws.
- Completing any counseling or therapy sessions assigned by parole supervision.
- Periodic and unannounced visits from law enforcement.
- Adhering to any no contact order that may be in effect.
To further understand the plight of Gypsy Rose Blanchard and what led to her unfortunate life’s choices, don’t forget to tune in to the HBO docu-series which is set to air in Spring 2020.
All in all, Gypsy Rose Blanchard’s story has been a tumultuous one that has resulted in life-altering results. With the release of Blanchard expected in early July, we can only anticipate what her future holds - but one thing is for sure, even if her story isn’t finished being told, it is one that we should never forget.
When Gypsy Rose Blanchard was just a teenager, her life was thrown into chaos. In 2015, after years of enduring physical and psychological abuse from her mother, Gypsy took matters into her own hands by conspiring with her boyfriend to kill the woman she thought was her mother. News of the shocking incident spread rapidly, quickly becoming a national sensation. Now, nearly five years after the crime, the question remains: When will Gypsy Rose Blanchard be released?
It has been reported that Gypsy has been transferred among numerous facilities since her May 2015 arrest. Finally, in October 2019, it was announced that the now 25-year old Blanchard had been released from prison.
Her legal troubles began shortly after the murder, when it was discovered that the woman was not actually Gypsy’s biological mother. She had, in fact, been adopted by the accused killer, Dee Dee Blanchard, as a young child. Dee Dee had mis-diagnosed Gypsy with multiple illnesses, and had subjected her to a number of unnecessary medical treatments, surgeries, and medications over the years. Gypsy’s case exposed the tragic realities of Munchausen syndrome by proxy – a mental illness where a caregiver fabricates or exaggerates illnesses for their victims. It was later noted that Gypsy was a victim of child abuse for a number of years prior to the 2015 murder.
In July of 2019, Gypsy was sentenced to a ten-year prison sentence under Missouri state law. In an agreement with prosecutors, the sentence was then reduced to time served along with a five-year probation period for Gypsy. The proposal was accepted by the Greene County Court which determined that she qualified for a ” youthful offender exception”.
Gypsy was recently released from the Chillicothe Correctional Center in Missouri, and will now work to rebuild her life following her release.
Under the current conditions of her release, Gypsy is not allowed to pursue contact with her co-conspirator or his family. She will also be subject to mental health evaluations, as well as substance abuse and domestic violence assessments. Throughout her life, she has shown immense strength and grit, and now, with her release, she can look forward to a bright and successful future.