Gypsy Rose Blanchard And Ryan Anderson's Explosive Fight Revealed

Onlookers have gained new insight into what possibly led to the collapse of Gypsy Rose Blanchard and Ryan Anderson's marriage. 

According to sources, the couple had a significant disagreement about Anderson's habit of hoarding food before they parted ways.

Their separation was announced by Blanchard in March, just three months after she was released from Missouri's Chillicothe Correctional Center. 

Gypsy Rose Blanchard Was Unaware Of Ryan Anderson's Hoarding Habit

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Insiders close to Blanchard disclosed that she was not fully informed that Anderson had food-hoarding tendencies before they began living together following her prison release. 

This lack of awareness reportedly led to tension between the former lovebirds in their shared two-bedroom apartment in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

As they claimed, Anderson gathers and stores food items in large quantities — a habit that allegedly unsettled Blanchard as it reminded her of her late mother, Dee Dee Blanchard.

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Informants spilled to TMZ that the 32-year-old was particularly troubled by Anderson's refrigerator, which was stocked with numerous old food items that needed to be discarded. 

Hence, she took it upon herself to clean out the fridge when her former partner was not home. However, upon returning and discovering the cleared-out fridge, Anderson reacted negatively, leading to a big blowout. 

Sources indicated that Anderson's intense reaction left Blanchard feeling shaken and finding it alarming that he became so upset over a refrigerator.

Apart from the fridge issue, the duo clashed over other matters. According to insiders, Blanchard also grappled with Anderson's snoring, which made it challenging for her to sleep. 

Additionally, she confided in loved ones that Anderson's tendency to run very hot at night posed further difficulties for her, as she preferred sleeping in a cool bed.

The 32-Year-Old Left Immediately After The Fight With Anderson

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Recall that The Blast reported that a friend of Blanchard's shared details of the aforementioned big fight, which led to Blanchard locking herself in her bathroom out of fear of Anderson. 

As the convicted murderer's close friend, Nadiya Vizier, spilled:

"He got in her face and screamed. Gypsy said that she was afraid he was going to hit her. He didn't — but that happened in the past with her mother. So, her first instinct was to tighten up and be prepared. But she got to safety and called her lawyer, too."

The following morning, Blanchard reportedly left behind the turmoil of her short-lived marriage, gathering her belongings and driving back to her father's home in Cut Off, Louisiana.

Anderson Wiped His Posts Of Blanchard From Social Media

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The drama trailing the end of the two-year union continued into April when Anderson removed evidence of his relationship with Blanchard from his Instagram page.

Simply put, the middle school special education teacher deleted every post featuring his estranged wife. His page now shows images of himself living his life, along with snapshots of his dog, Trixie, and various other selfies. 

He also unfollowed his ex-partner's new private account, signaling a clear shift in their online connection. Days later, Anderson broke his silence regarding the separation news in a TikTok video, assuring fans:

"I just want to thank everybody for the support, it's been great. I'm just living my life."

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Blanchard drove the wedge even deeper when she filed a temporary restraining order against Anderson on April 11. 

The Blast divulged that Annette M. Fontana, Lafourche Parish Clerk of the Court, confirmed that Blachard's April 8 divorce filing had been forwarded to the assigned judge for review.

In her restraining order request, Blanchard asked that Anderson provide interim and long-term spousal support, citing her need and his ability to pay. 

The documents added that the Louisiana native "is not at fault for the dissolution of the marriage." Additionally, she solicited the court to deny Anderson's request for her to pay him spousal support.