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From Prison to Kansas City: Gypsy Rose Blanchard’s Post-Prison Plans – Meeting Taylor Swift & Travis Kelce

The notorious figure Gypsy Rose Blanchard, who recently gained parole after admitting her involvement in her mother Dee Dee Blanchard’s murder in July 2016, is now venturing into the social scene. Scheduled […]

The notorious figure Gypsy Rose Blanchard, who recently gained parole after admitting her involvement in her mother Dee Dee Blanchard’s murder in July 2016, is now venturing into the social scene.

Scheduled for release on December 28, Blanchard has disclosed her first post-prison plan: attending a Kansas City Chiefs game, with a special hope of meeting both Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce.

Blanchard, now 32, informed TMZ that she and her spouse have secured tickets for the December 31 Kansas City Chiefs game.

According to TMZ, Blanchard affectionately refers to the pop icon as the “kick-ass chick” and credits Swift’s music for helping her cope with the trauma of her mother’s abuse, which was prominently documented in the 2019 Hulu docudrama “The Act” and the 2017 HBO documentary “Mommy Dead and Dearest.”

Having confessed to her role in the murder, Blanchard received a ten-year prison sentence. Remarkably, she will be released after serving only 85 percent of her sentence.

Her then-boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn, was convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of Blanchard’s mother and was subsequently sentenced to life without the possibility of parole.

At the heart of this dramatic saga was Dee Dee’s relentless fabrication of numerous fictitious medical diagnoses, subjecting her daughter to abuse that included inducing illnesses in the child.

The courts determined that this abuse was the driving force behind the June 2015 killing of her mother.