Gypsy Rose publishes first photo after her release from prison

Gypsy Rose publishes first photo after her release from prison: “First selfie of freedom Zoeira

After passing six years in prison, Gypsy roseThe 32yearold published her first photo this Friday (29). Condemned by murder second degree yours Mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, she was paroled three years earlier than planned. The Gypsy case had a great response in the United States and led to a series inspired by the story.

“Freedom’s first selfie,” he wrote in the caption. In the photo, the woman appears smiling in a hotel room, with suitcases on the floor.

The gypsy Rose Blanchard, sentenced to ten years in prison in 2015, left prison this Thursday (28).

Remember the case

Gypsy was convicted after admitting in court in 2016 that she ordered her thenboyfriend Nicholas Godejohn to kill her mother. She justified that she committed the crime out of revenge for the years that Dee Dee had made up that her daughter had chronic illnesses that forced her to use a wheelchair.

Gypsy Rose admitted that in the eight years she spent in prison, she remembered the events of June 2015, when she asked Nicholas Godejohn to kill Dee Dee. She said she was the victim of constant mental and physical abuse and had to undergo another unnecessary surgery.

Impact in the USA

Gypsy's case caused a huge stir in the United States, so much so that it inspired the series “The Act”, available in the Lionsgate+ catalog.

The story of the crime drama features performances by Joey King as Gypsy and Patricia Arquette as Dee Dee and depicts the troubled relationship between mother and daughter, which begins to deteriorate when the young woman discovers that she has never been sick and is not Not everything is over yet. A lie her mother made up to keep her close.