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alert-–-mom-murderer-gypsy-rose-blanchard-announces-split-from-husband-ryan-scott-anderson-just-three-months-after-release-from-prison-where-she-wed-beau-from-behind-barsAlert – Mom murderer Gypsy Rose Blanchard announces SPLIT from husband Ryan Scott Anderson just three months after release from prison where she wed beau from behind bars

Gypsy Rose Blanchard and her husband have called it quits on their short-lived marriage just three months after the bridge was released from prison.

Blanchard, 32, announced her separation from school teacher Ryan Scott Anderson on a private Facebook account, according to People Magazine.

The sad news come mere months after Blanchard was released from Chillicothe Correctional Center in Missouri, having served the mandatory seven years of her 10-year sentence for conspiring to kill her mother, Dee Dee, who was stabbed to death by her then-boyfriend Nicholas Godejohn. 

Blanchard and Anderson were married in a jailhouse ceremony in July of 2022. 

In her post to the social media site, Blanchard wrote:

‘People have been asking what is going on in my life. Unfortunately my husband and I are going through a separation and I moved in with my parents home down the bayou. 

‘I have the support of my family and friends to help guide me through this. I am learning to listen to my heart. Right now I need time to let myself find … who I am.’

Gypsy Rose Blanchard and husband Ryan Anderson attend the January premiere of 'The Prison Confessions Of Gypsy Rose Blanchard'

Gypsy Rose Blanchard and husband Ryan Anderson attend the January premiere of ‘The Prison Confessions Of Gypsy Rose Blanchard’

The now-separated couple are seen together shopping in Liberty, Missouri the afternoon she was released from prison

The now-separated couple are seen together shopping in Liberty, Missouri the afternoon she was released from prison

Blanchard was sentenced three years ahead of her then-boyfriend Nicholas Godejohn (pictured) who was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole in 2019. He stabbed Dee Dee Blanchard to death with a knife Gypsy had given him

Blanchard was sentenced three years ahead of her then-boyfriend Nicholas Godejohn (pictured) who was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole in 2019. He stabbed Dee Dee Blanchard to death with a knife Gypsy had given him

Prior to her December release, Blanchard told the outlet that she was planning to marry Anderson – a special ed teacher in Louisiana – a second time once she was a free woman.

‘We do plan on having a reception/redo wedding with all of our family and our friends and the dress and the cake and everything because we deserve that. I deserve that. He deserves that,’ she said.

‘Our prison wedding was just something to where we can make our vows to each other. It was something that meant something to us. And I think the party is kind of for everybody else and us, but mostly for everybody else.’

At the time of her early release, Blanchard, still a blushing bride, said she was excited about moving in with Anderson.

‘I’ve never lived with a man. I grew up with a mom, so I didn’t even grow up with a dad in the house. So, I’m like, ‘I don’t even know what it’s like to live with a man,’ she said.

Blanchard was famously charged with the killing of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, who was found dead in 2015. She admitted to second-degree murder. She gave Godejohn a knife to use to stab her mother to death while she hid in the bathroom.

Godejohn was also arrested and charged for the murder.

Dee Dee was found dead on the morning of June 14, 2015, after being knifed 17 times in her sleep by Godejohn, 34, who is serving life in prison without parole. 

Following the arrest of the couple, it became clear that Dee Dee had, for years, subjected her young daughter to unnecessary medical treatments and convinced Gypsy and others that she (Gypsy) had a number of serious diseases.

Attorneys for Blanchard argued she had been the victim of Munchausen syndrome by proxy, a dramatic form of child abuse that involves a guardian inventing, exaggerating, and sometimes inflicting illness on a child to gain sympathy.

Blanchard ultimately pleaded guilty in 2016 and was sentenced to a decade in prison.

Godejohn received a life sentence without parole in 2019. He was convicted of first degree murder.

For weeks on end, the pair put on increasingly public displays of their affection for one another. They are seen here ringing in the new year

For weeks on end, the pair put on increasingly public displays of their affection for one another. They are seen here ringing in the new year 

Gypsy Rose (left) with her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, who was murdered by Gypsy and her then boyfriend in 2015

Gypsy Rose (left) with her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, who was murdered by Gypsy and her then boyfriend in 2015

Blanchard and Anderson made the rounds in the days after Blanchard's release. The pair here were spotted in midtown Manhattan during a press day in January

Blanchard and Anderson made the rounds in the days after Blanchard’s release. The pair here were spotted in midtown Manhattan during a press day in January

The seemingly happy couple caused quite a commotion on social media following Blanchard's release, complete with raunchy messages directed at one another left on public accounts

The seemingly happy couple caused quite a commotion on social media following Blanchard’s release, complete with raunchy messages directed at one another left on public accounts

Weeks before news of their split, Gypsy defended her husband from the haters online, and in doing so publicly disclosed her satisfaction with their post-prison sex-life

Weeks before news of their split, Gypsy defended her husband from the haters online, and in doing so publicly disclosed her satisfaction with their post-prison sex-life 

Earlier in March, Blanchard posted a video to TikTok in which she apologized to the people who she has 'offended with a lack of accountability, the first month or so that I was out of prison and the lack of accountability in my interviews, I'm sorry,' she said

Earlier in March, Blanchard posted a video to TikTok in which she apologized to the people who she has ‘offended with a lack of accountability, the first month or so that I was out of prison and the lack of accountability in my interviews, I’m sorry,’ she said

Gypsy was 23 when she was arrested on a second degree murder charge. She is shown in court in 2015

Gypsy was 23 when she was arrested on a second degree murder charge. She is shown in court in 2015 

Earlier in March, Blanchard posted a video to TikTok in which she apologized to the people who she has ‘offended with a lack of accountability, the first month or so that I was out of prison and the lack of accountability in my interviews, I’m sorry.

‘I’m learning. I take accountability for my part, and I’m saying this right now. I’m taking accountability. I did a bad thing.’

She then abruptly deleted nearly her entire social media presence.

After removing any trace of herself from Instagram, she took to TikTok, in a since-deleted video that was reposted by a fan account, to explain why she no longer wanted to live life in the limelight. 

‘So a lot of people already noticed that I already deleted my Instagram – the public one – with the 7.8 million followers when I deactivated it or, I deleted it, I permanently deleted it,’ she said.

Gypsy claimed that she didn’t give a ‘f***’ about the following and said it wasn’t ‘real life’ – before noting that her dad was the one that helped her put things into perspective when it came to her public life. 

She added:  ‘A lot of people are like, “What happened?” and what happened is, I had a really good conversation with my dad and he gave me some guidance that I feel like I really needed. And that guidance was that real life is something you can touch – something you can feel – people you can actually hug.’ 

The 32-year-old noted that social media now felt like a ‘roadway to hell’ for her – explaining that following her release from prison, she fell under a microscope and people began analyzing everything she did. 

People reported that the move was made on the ‘advisement of her parole officer, so she won’t get in trouble and go back to jail.’

Gypsy's story is one of the more famous examples of Munchausen syndrome by proxy, where a person treats a perfectly healthy dependent as if they have a physical or mental illness

Gypsy’s story is one of the more famous examples of Munchausen syndrome by proxy, where a person treats a perfectly healthy dependent as if they have a physical or mental illness 

The 32-year-old felon turned-reality-star rose to stardom after her story was told in multiple documentaries

The 32-year-old felon turned-reality-star rose to stardom after her story was told in multiple documentaries

Gypsy’s story is one of the more famous examples of Munchausen syndrome by proxy, where a person treats a perfectly healthy dependent as if they have a physical or mental illness.

Dee Dee shaved her daughter’s head to mimic the effects of leukemia, doctored her birth certificate to pretend she was younger and fed her unnecessary medications that caused her to drool and eventually lose her teeth.

She forced Gypsy to use a wheelchair and undergo unnecessary surgeries on her eyes and salivary glands while cashing in with charity handouts and perks including a free trip to Disney World.

When doctors in their native Louisiana raised red flags, Dee Dee relocated to Missouri in 2008, where she got a bright pink home built for free, courtesy of Habitat for Humanity, and told everyone that Gypsy’s medical notes were destroyed in Hurricane Katrina. 

The former nurse even fooled ex-husband Rod Blanchard, who remained close to his daughter but struggled to get access to her once Dee Dee moved away and constantly made excuses to cancel his visits.

It was only when he witnessed his daughter walk into a courtroom in handcuffs that the shell-shocked dad finally grasped that Gypsy didn’t need a wheelchair.