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Gypsy Rose Blanchard will be released from prison next week — and she wants to meet Taylor Swift

Gypsy Rose Blanchard will be released from prison next week — and she wants to meet Taylor Swift

Gypsy Rose Blanchard — who admitted to orchestrating her mother's murder in order to escape years of abuse — is set to be released from prison late next week — and meeting Taylor Swift will be at the top of her post-prison list.

Blanchard, now 32, will be released on December 28 — more than seven years after she was sentenced to 10 years in prison when she pleaded guilty to her role in the 2015 stabbing death of her mother, Claudine “Dee Dee” Blanchard. CBS News explained.

Just two days after her release, Blanchard and her husband, Ryan Scott Anderson, got tickets to a Kansas City Chiefs game — where she hopes to meet superstar Taylor Swift. TMZ reported.

Swift's song “Eyes Open” helped inspire Blanchard to overcome the hardships of her young life, and she fondly refers to the singer as a “hot girl,” the outlet said.

Blanchard even used the commission money her father sent her to purchase all of Swift's albums, according to TMZ.

The outlet added that if the December 31 plan doesn't work out, Blanchard is also planning to show up at Swift's tour in New Orleans next fall.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard pleaded guilty to arranging her mother's murder. note

Whether she meets Swift or not, Blanchard's post-prison life will be a far cry from the first two decades of her life, during which she suffered serious physical and mental abuse from her mother, from whom experts now believe she suffered from Munchausen's disease. Agent Syndrome,” CBS said.

For most of her childhood, Blanchard — and the rest of the world — believed she had a terminal illness and had the intellectual abilities of a seven-year-old. According to people.

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The magazine explained that Dee Dee tied her daughter to a wheelchair – even though she could walk without assistance – and told others that she had leukemia, muscular dystrophy, and other diseases.

Blanchard was abused for two decades by her mother, Dee Dee.

The truth only came out after Blanchard's then-boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn, stabbed Dee Dee to death in their Missouri home in June 2015.

CBS News said Blanchard and Godejohn escaped, but were tracked down thanks to a series of disturbing posts they made on Blanchard and her mother's shared Facebook page.

Godejohn — who is on the autism spectrum — told police he stabbed Dee Dee to death at Blanchard's request, using a knife she gave him, the outlet continued.

He also stole money from the home and mailed the knife to his home in Wisconsin before the couple fled there.

Gypsy-Rose Blanchard will be released on December 28th. mdc/mega
Nicholas Godejohn told police he stabbed Dee Dee at her daughter's request. mdc/mega

Investigators eventually determined that Dee Dee had faked her daughter's illness for financial gain — noting that she had used their supposed suffering to smuggle donations from various organizations over the years.

Godejohn was convicted of Dee Dee's murder and sentenced to life in prison plus 25 years.

The saga of Dee Dee and Gypsy Blanchard immediately spread throughout the media in the form of podcasts, documentaries, and television specials.

In 2019, Patricia Arquette and Joey King played mother and daughter in the Hulu series The Act.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard hopes to meet Taylor Swift after her release. Los Angeles Times via Getty Images

Blanchard's account of the years she spent under her mother's care will be shared in the upcoming e-book “Released,” which will be published on Jan. 9, according to Penguin Random House.

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“While imprisoned for her role in her mother’s death, Gypsy watched her story told repeatedly by others in the media, from news reports and podcasts to TV series like The Act (Hulu),” the publisher’s blurb reads.

“Now that she has been granted early parole and is preparing to start a new life, she is free to speak directly to her supporters and the world.”

With mail wires