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Gypsy Rose Blanchard has posted her first post-prison TikTok after spending eight years behind bars for ordering her mother’s death.

The 32-year-old prison vet proudly proclaimed her ‘freedom’ – and plugged her upcoming Lifetime docuseries and new book.

She goes on thank fans for their ‘support’ – days after being released from a Missouri prison.

Filming from her front porch, Blanchard neglected to mention pleading guilty to the second-degree murder of her mom Clauddine ‘Dee Dee’ Blanchard in 2016. 

She was thus only handed a ten-year sentence, while her accomplice, a man she met on the internet, was hit with life. That sentence is still being served, while Blanchard has since remarried. 

Given her recent unique life experiences, she is now apparently pursuing a career as an influencer, and took to TikTok Sunday to tout that fact.

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‘Yay! I’m finally free’: Gypsy Rose Blanchard breaks her silence in first TikTok since being released from prison for orchestrating killing of Munchausen-by-proxy mom

In the new clip posted Sunday, the 32-year-old prison vet proudly celebrates her ‘freedom’ – before providing plugs for her upcoming Lifetime docuseries and new book

Filming from her front porch, Blanchard (seen at left as a child) neglected to mention how pleaded guilty to the second-degree murder of mom Clauddine 'Dee Dee' Blanchard in 2016

Filming from her front porch, Blanchard (seen at left as a child) neglected to mention how pleaded guilty to the second-degree murder of mom Clauddine ‘Dee Dee’ Blanchard in 2016

‘Hi everyone – this is Gypsy,’ the convicted killer says in the minute-long clip, which as of 4pm, has been viewed nearly 3million times.

‘I’m finally free,’ she adds, letting out a quick laugh before speaking directly to her 1.8million followers.

‘I just want to send a quick video to thank everyone for the massive amount of support I’ve been getting on social media,’ she continues. 

‘Everyone has been really, really nice and supportive, and I really appreciate that.’

She goes on: ‘It’s nice to be home, I’m back home in Louisiana, enjoying a beautiful day outside, and I’ve got a lot of great things happening really soon.’   

‘I’ve got my documentary series coming out – The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard – [and] just put out an eBook that I’m super proud of.

‘It’s not a rehashing of everything that happened,’ she goes on to insist, before specifying, ‘it’s more of a reflection’.

She goes on to reveal that the book – set to be released on January 9 – is called ‘Release: Conversations on the Eve of Freedom’, and that it is already available for preorder.

‘You can preorder now,’ she excitedly states.

The memoir, she explains, consists of ‘everything that [she’s] learned and experienced in the last eight-and-a-half years’,

Now married to Ryan Scott Anderson – whom she wed behind bars in 2022 – Blanchard previously posted a picture of herself smiling to her followers on Facebook, who were graced on Friday with the caption ‘First selfie of freedom!’.

She was the subject of a bizarre media frenzy that spawned numerous documentaries and a Hulu series, after she ordered her online boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn, to stab her mother to death.  

'Hi everyone ¿ this is Gypsy,' the convicted killer says in the minute-long clip, which as of 4pm, has been viewed nearly 3million times.

‘Hi everyone – this is Gypsy,’ the convicted killer says in the minute-long clip, which as of 4pm, has been viewed nearly 3million times.

'I¿m finally free,' she adds, letting out a quick laugh before speaking directly to her 1.8million followers

‘I’m finally free,’ she adds, letting out a quick laugh before speaking directly to her 1.8million followers

Blanchard remarried in prison to Lousiana's Ryan Anderson, seen here shopping for shoes with the ex-con at a Liberty, Missouri shoe store Thursday after her release

Blanchard remarried in prison to Lousiana’s Ryan Anderson, seen here shopping for shoes with the ex-con at a Liberty, Missouri shoe store Thursday after her release

The felon was released on Thursday, after serving eight years of a 10-year prison sentence for orchestrating the murder of her medically abusive mother

The felon was released on Thursday, after serving eight years of a 10-year prison sentence for orchestrating the murder of her medically abusive mother 

She spent the past eight years at Chillicothe Correctional Center in Chillicothe, Missouri, seen here

She spent the past eight years at Chillicothe Correctional Center in Chillicothe, Missouri, seen here

The teen is believed to have suffered one of the highest profile cases of Munchausen syndrome, where her mom’s insistence that she suffered various made-up illnesses led her to undergo painful surgeries and take medications with adverse side effects. 

It was also claimed her mother kept her imprisoned and malnourished, and after meeting Godejohn online in 2012, she confided in him about her mother’s coercive and sadistic control over her, and they began to form a plan to kill.

Dee Dee was found on the morning of June 14, 2015, after being stabbed 17 times in her sleep by Godejohn, who is currently serving life in prison without parole. 

Toward the end of her TikTok, Blanchard expressed gratitude toward those who have shown interest in her case – before coyly urging them to keep it up.

‘Again, just thank you guys for all the support,’ she says with a smile at the clip’s close.

 ‘And keep watching.’

Clauddine, right, was found stabbed to death in her bed at her home in Springfield, Missouri, in June 2015

Clauddine, right, was found stabbed to death in her bed at her home in Springfield, Missouri, in June 2015

Claudine convinced Gypsy Rose (left) and others that she was suffering a variety of illnesses including leukemia and muscular dystrophy. The abuse continued for years, until Gypsy Rose ordered her mother's murder to 'escape'

Claudine convinced Gypsy Rose (left) and others that she was suffering a variety of illnesses including leukemia and muscular dystrophy. The abuse continued for years, until Gypsy Rose ordered her mother’s murder to ‘escape’ 

Dee Dee Blanchard is believed to have suffered from Munchausen by proxy syndrome, where her mom's insistence that she suffered various made-up illnesses led her to undergo painful surgeries and take medications with adverse side effects

Dee Dee Blanchard is believed to have suffered from Munchausen by proxy syndrome, where her mom’s insistence that she suffered various made-up illnesses led her to undergo painful surgeries and take medications with adverse side effects

The twisted story was told in Hulu series 'The Act', with Dee Dee portrayed by Patricia Arquette (left) and Gypsy Rose played by Joey King (right)

The twisted story was told in Hulu series ‘The Act’, with Dee Dee portrayed by Patricia Arquette (left) and Gypsy Rose played by Joey King (right) 





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