Now that she is free, Gypsy Rose Blanchard is busy telling her personal story.
After numerous true crime specials, investigative podcasts and an award-winning Hulu sequence have detailed the shocking case of Munchausen by proxy and matricide that gripped the nation, Gypsy is talking her reality following her release from prison on Dec. 28.
The 32-year-old shared that, amid years of abuse, the bottom second she skilled along with her mom, Clauddine “Dee Dee” Blanchard, got here after the primary time she tried to depart.
“That was a extremely, actually arduous time for me as a result of she chained me to the mattress and I used to be chained for 2 weeks,” Gypsy advised E! Information’ Francesca Amiker in an unique interview. “That was one of many moments in my life that I am like, ‘I am unable to hold dwelling this fashion.'”
However that does not imply Gypsy—whose new Lifetime six-part docuseries, The Jail Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard, premiered Jan. 5—would not have any regrets about how she selected to finally escape from her mom.
“I might return and modifications issues if I might,” Gypsy shared. “I might undoubtedly do issues in a different way. I want that I might, I sadly cannot. It is actual life, so you do not have a time machine.”