- Gypsy Rose Blanchard is currently serving 10 years in jail for orchestrating the murder of her mother, Dee Dee. And the Facebook post that helped police find her body is still online.
- In fact, Gypsy and Dee Dee’s entire joint Facebook account is still searchable.
Gypsy Rose Blanchard probably can’t post on social media regularly while she’s in prison, but her old Facebook page, the one she shared with her mom, Dee Dee, before her death, is still very much alive.
If you search “Dee Gyp Blancharde,” the page comes up, and the first post says, “That B*tch is dead!” It’s from three years ago, and it’s the post that actually started the search for Dee Dee’s body. The comments show the various stages of friends and family finding out the news.
In an interview after the fact, Gypsy said she wrote the post herself. “I couldn’t stand the thought of her just there because what happens if it would have taken months to find her, so I wanted her found so she could have a proper burial.” Essentially, she hoped the post would cause concern amongst friends and family, who would alert the police.
Some family friends saw the post and went to the house because they were concerned about Dee Dee. Police found her body that night, and they were able to trace the IP address of the Facebook post to Nicholas Godejohn’s house. He was Gypsy’s boyfriend at the time.
Now, Nicholas is serving life in prison for her murder, and Gypsy herself is spending 10 years behind bars.
The Facebook page is technically a “legacy page,” which means it’s basically an in-memoriam situation. You can’t Like the posts or comment anymore, but they’re still shareable. The now-infamous post has a whopping 21,000 shares, which is truly insane.
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