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Gypsy Rose Blanchard tells Dr. Phil about grim moment her mother was murdered: ‘It all went quiet’

Gypsy Rose Blanchard tells Dr. Phil about grim moment her mother was murdered: ‘It all went quiet’

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Dr. Phil this week took to Instagram to share a quick clip from his unique interview with Gypsy Rose Blanchard, the Missouri girl serving 10 years in jail for second-degree homicide for her function in her mom Dee Dee Blanchard’s 2015 demise.

In a beforehand unaired second from his 2017 interview with Blanchard, per Cosmopolitan, Dr. Phil talked to the now 27-year-old in regards to the second her mom was stabbed to demise by her then-boyfriend Nicholas Godejohn, who’s now serving a life sentence for first-degree homicide. The clip was shared in mild of Dr. Phil’s new podcast, “The Killer Thorn of Gypsy Rose: Evaluation of a Homicide by Dr. Phil.”


“I put my palms over my ears after which all of it went quiet,” Blanchard stated within the sound chew of the second Dee Dee reportedly screamed her title as she was stabbed by Godejohn.

Dee Dee allegedly suffered from a psychological sickness referred to as Munchausen syndrome by proxy (MSBP), which happens when an individual makes an attempt to provide psychological or bodily signs in one other particular person. Blanchard was compelled by her mom to make use of a wheelchair and bear pointless medical procedures.

In November, Blanchard testified that she requested Godejohn, who she met on Christian courting website, to kill her mom. Blanchard stated her mom bodily abused her and managed her life. She stated she thought killing her mom was the one manner out and he or she talked Godejohn into coming to Missouri to kill Dee Dee.

In the identical 2017 interview with Dr. Phil, Blanchard spoke on the 10-year sentence she obtained.

“I imagine firmly that, it doesn’t matter what, homicide isn’t okay. However on the identical time, I don’t imagine I deserve as a few years as I bought,” she stated on the time. Later, in a separate ABC “20/20” interview, Blanchard stated she felt “like a prisoner” earlier than her mom was killed.


“The jail that I used to be dwelling in earlier than, with my mother, it is, like, I could not stroll. I could not eat. I could not have mates. I could not go outdoors, you realize, and play with mates or something,” she stated. “Over right here, I really feel like I am freer in jail than with dwelling with my mother. As a result of now, I am allowed to … simply dwell like a standard girl.”

Blanchard’s story has spawned quite a few TV specials, together with an HBO documentary and the Hulu sequence “The Act,” which stars Patricia Arquette as Dee Dee and Joey King as Gypsy Rose Blanchard.

Fox Information’ Kathleen Joyce and The Related Press contributed to this report.

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