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Mit Betrug und Manipulation gegenüber Ärzten und ihrem Umfeld schaffte sie es, ihre einzige Tochter, Gypsy Rose Blanchard (* ), künstlich als schwerstkrank​. Angeblich Opfer des Hurrikans „Katrina“. Anzeige. Die Tragödie um Gypsy Rose Blancharde begann bereits, als sie drei Monate alt war. Damals. Gypsy Blanchard pleads guilty on July 5, , for killing her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, in June at their home north of Springfield.

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Beim Mordfall Dee Dee Blanchard handelt es sich um eine am Juni in Springfield, Missouri, verübte Tat an der US-Amerikanerin Clauddinnea „Dee Dee“ Blanchard. Es ist davon auszugehen, dass Dee Dee Blanchard an der psychischen Störung des. Mit Betrug und Manipulation gegenüber Ärzten und ihrem Umfeld schaffte sie es, ihre einzige Tochter, Gypsy Rose Blanchard (* ), künstlich als schwerstkrank​. Dee Dee Blanchard behandelte ihre Tochter wie eine Schwerkranke. Doch das Mädchen war kerngesund. Um aus dem Märtyrertum zu fliehen. Angeblich Opfer des Hurrikans „Katrina“. Anzeige. Die Tragödie um Gypsy Rose Blancharde begann bereits, als sie drei Monate alt war. Damals. Sie machen sich Sorgen um die alleinerziehende Mutter Dee Dee Blanchard und ihre schwerkranke Tochter Gypsy Rose. Bis auf einen. Springfield, Juni Die alleinerziehende Mutter Dee Dee wird ermordet in ihrem Haus gefunden. Von ihrer schwerkranken Tochter Gypsy fehlt allerdings. Gypsy Blanchard pleads guilty on July 5, , for killing her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, in June at their home north of Springfield.

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Angeblich Opfer des Hurrikans „Katrina“. Anzeige. Die Tragödie um Gypsy Rose Blancharde begann bereits, als sie drei Monate alt war. Damals. Die Rache einer Tochter - Der Fall Gypsy Blancharde. Als ein Hurrikan über die amerikanischen Südstaaten wegfegt, verlieren auch Dee Dee Blanchardeund. Januar #Gypsy Rose Blanchard (erl.). Bitte hilf mit, ihn zu verbessern, und entferne anschließend diese Markierung. Beim Mordfall Dee Dee Blanchard.

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Greene County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Patterson said Soko Leipzig Olivia was enough evidence for a first-degree murder conviction. Seit der Frühgeburt reihten sich die Erkrankungen bei dem armen Mädchen auf. Patterson Die Legende Von Korra Kinox, however, that the emotional abuse that Gypsy suffered at the hands of her mother made him believe that would not have been an appropriate sentence. Die Bewohner sammelten Spenden und nahmen die allein erziehende Tatortreiniger Rebellen und das sehr kranke Mädchen auf. Melli Müller Jul. In Gypsy wachsen erste Zweifel, als sie schon mitten in der Pubertät ist - da glaubt sie noch fünf Jahre jünger zu sein, als sie eigentlich ist.

However, Gypsy wasn't actually unwell — her mother had been lying about her symptoms. Experts believe Dee Dee's behavior stemmed from the mental disorder Munchausen syndrome by proxy; because Dee Dee wanted to be a caretaker, she feigned and induced illness in her daughter.

The truth about Gypsy and her mother only came out after Gypsy arranged for an online boyfriend to murder Dee Dee in Gypsy Rose, who was born in , was a baby when Dee Dee claimed her daughter had sleep apnea.

When Gypsy was eight years old, Dee Dee described her as suffering from leukemia and muscular dystrophy and said she required a wheelchair and feeding tube.

The list of medical problems that Dee Dee related about her daughter would go on to include seizures, asthma and hearing and visual impairments.

Due to Dee Dee's actions, Gypsy was prescribed a litany of medications and had to sleep using a breathing machine.

She also went through multiple surgeries, including procedures on her eyes and removal of her salivary glands. When Gypsy's teeth rotted — perhaps due to her medications, missing salivary glands or neglect — they were pulled out.

Yet the truth was that Gypsy could walk, didn't need a feeding tube and did not have cancer. Her head was bald only because her mother shaved off her hair.

Experts believe Dee Dee had a mental illness known as Munchausen syndrome by proxy also called factitious disorder imposed on another , which made her fabricate her daughter's ill health in order to receive attention and sympathy for taking care of a sick child.

Medical tests often showed inconclusive or contradictory results regarding Gypsy's diagnoses, but Dee Dee would stop seeing any doctors who questioned her daughter's ailments.

And many caregivers went along with what Dee Dee wanted. She'd had some nurse's training, so she could accurately describe symptoms, and she sometimes gave Gypsy medication to mimic certain conditions.

Dee Dee was also charming and seemed devoted to her daughter. When Gypsy was old enough to talk, Dee Dee instructed her not to volunteer information during their appointments — she was always the one relating Gypsy's fake medical history.

Dee Dee told Gypsy's father, Rod Blanchard, that their daughter had a chromosomal disorder that had led to her many health issues.

He complimented Dee Dee for her devoted care. When some of Dee Dee's family noticed that Gypsy didn't seem to need a wheelchair and asked questions, Dee Dee and Gypsy moved away.

Dee Dee claimed to be a victim of Hurricane Katrina , so she and Gypsy received assistance to relocate from Louisiana to Missouri in There, Dee Dee continued to bring Gypsy to doctor's appointments.

Hurricane Katrina also provided an excuse for missing medical files. Photo: Courtesy of Investigation Discovery.

Built by Habitat for Humanity , it was painted pink and had a wheelchair ramp. Gypsy and Dee Dee also received benefits that included charity-sponsored visits to concerts and Disney World.

All along, Dee Dee continued to bask in the attention she received for being a devoted caretaker. When Gypsy was 14, she saw a neurologist in Missouri who came to believe she was a victim of Munchausen syndrome by proxy.

However, this doctor never reported her case to authorities. In later interviews, he stated his belief that there wasn't enough evidence to act.

In , an anonymous report was made to authorities stating that Dee Dee's accounts of Gypsy's ailments had no medical basis. This resulted in two caseworkers visiting their home, but Dee Dee convinced them there was nothing wrong.

As Gypsy grew older, Dee Dee began to lie about her age, going so far as to alter the dates on Gypsy's birth certificate to make her daughter seem younger.

But Gypsy was still becoming harder for Dee Dee to control. In , Gypsy tried to get away from her mother by running away with a man she'd met at a science fiction convention.

But Dee Dee soon tracked them down via mutual friends. She convinced the man that Gypsy was a minor, though she was actually 19 at the time.

According to Gypsy, Dee Dee smashed her computer and physically restrained her to her bed after they returned home.

Gypsy has also stated her mother would sometimes hit her and deny her food. Gypsy seems to have stopped going to school after second grade , [1] possibly even as early as kindergarten.

Gypsy managed to learn to read on her own through the Harry Potter books. While Gypsy's father Rod had remarried, [3] Clauddine moved in with her father and stepmother.

They would later claim that Clauddine, when preparing food for her stepmother, poisoned it with Roundup weed killer , leading to her own chronic illness during this period.

Her stepmother's health returned to normal shortly afterwards. In Slidell, she and Gypsy lived in public housing ; they paid their bills with public assistance Clauddine had been granted due to her daughter's supposed medical conditions and Rod's child-support payments.

They spent most of their time visiting various specialists, mostly at Tulane Medical Center and the Children's Hospital of New Orleans , seeking treatment of the illnesses Clauddine claimed Gypsy suffered from, which she now said included hearing and vision problems.

While a muscle biopsy found no sign of the muscular dystrophy Clauddine insisted Gypsy had, she was successful in securing treatment for her daughter's other purported issues.

After she told doctors Gypsy had seizures every few months, they prescribed anti-seizure medication. Several surgeries were performed on her during this time and Clauddine regularly took Gypsy to the emergency room for minor ailments.

After Hurricane Katrina devastated the area in August , Clauddine and Gypsy left their ruined apartment for a shelter in Covington set up for individuals with special needs.

Clauddine said Gypsy's medical records, including her birth certificate , had been destroyed in the flooding. A doctor there from the Ozarks suggested they relocate to her native Missouri , and the next month they were airlifted there.

At first Clauddine and Gypsy lived in a rented home in Aurora , in the southwestern area of the state. During their time there, Gypsy was honored by the Oley Foundation, which advocates for the rights of feeding-tube recipients, as its Child of the Year.

The story of a single mother with a severely disabled daughter forced to flee Katrina's devastation received considerable local media attention, and the community often pitched in to help the woman who now went by Clauddinnea Blancharde, and whom they knew as Dee Dee.

The outpouring of support included a great deal of charitable contributions. In Louisiana, mother and daughter had at most availed themselves of occasional stays in Ronald McDonald Houses during medical appointments; in Missouri they received free flights to see doctors in Kansas City , free trips to Walt Disney World , and backstage passes to Miranda Lambert concerts where she was frequently photographed with the singer via the Make-A-Wish Foundation , in addition to the house Habitat built for them.

Rod and his second wife regularly hoped to get to Springfield and visit, but for a variety of reasons Dee Dee would change plans.

She told her neighbors in Springfield that Gypsy Rose's father was an abusive drug addict and alcoholic who had never come to terms with his daughter's health issues and never sent them any money.

Many people who met Gypsy were charmed by her. She often wore wigs or hats to cover her baldness; her mother regularly shaved Gypsy's head to mimic the hairless appearance of a chemotherapy patient, allegedly telling Gypsy that since her medication would eventually cause her hair to fall out, it was best to shave it in advance.

When they left the house, Dee Dee often took an oxygen tank and feeding tube with them; Gypsy was fed the children's liquid nutrition supplement PediaSure well into her 20s.

Dee Dee used physical abuse to control her daughter, always holding her daughter's hand in the presence of others. Whenever Gypsy said something that either suggested she was not really sick or seemed above her purported mental capabilities, Gypsy recalls that her mother would give her a very tight squeeze.

When the two were alone, Dee Dee would strike her with her open hands or a coat hanger. Medical interventions continued. Dee Dee had some of Gypsy's saliva glands treated with Botox , then extracted altogether, to control her drooling, which Gypsy later claimed her mother had induced by using a topical anesthetic to numb her gums before doctor visits.

Tubes were implanted in her ears to control her myriad purported ear infections. Bernardo Flasterstein, a pediatric neurologist who saw Gypsy in Springfield, became suspicious of her muscular dystrophy diagnosis.

He ordered MRIs and blood tests , which found no abnormalities. After contacting Gypsy's doctors in New Orleans, he learned that Gypsy's original muscle biopsy had come back negative, undermining Dee Dee's self-reported diagnosis of muscular dystrophy, as well as her claim that all Gypsy's records had been destroyed by flooding.

He suspected the possibility of Munchausen syndrome by proxy. Dee Dee contrived to gain access to Flasterstein's notes and subsequently stopped taking Gypsy to see him.

Flasterstein did not follow up by reporting Dee Dee to social services. He said he had been told by other doctors to treat the pair with "golden gloves" and doubted the authorities would believe him anyway.

In , an anonymous caller [c] told the police about Dee Dee's use of different names and birth dates for herself and her daughter, and suggested Gypsy was in better health than claimed.

Officers who performed the resulting wellness check accepted Dee Dee's explanation that she used the misinformation to make it harder for her abusive ex-husband to find her and Gypsy, without talking to Rod, and reported that Gypsy seemed to genuinely be mentally handicapped.

The file was closed. Dee Dee seems to have at least once forged a copy of her daughter's birth certificate, moving her birth date to to bolster claims that she was still a teenager; Gypsy said in a later interview that for 15 years she was not sure of her real age.

Her daughter recalls seeing it during one of their hospital visits and becoming confused; Dee Dee told her it was a misprint.

Since , Gypsy had attended science fiction and fantasy conventions , [10] sometimes in costume , since she could blend in, even in her wheelchair.

At an event in , she made what may have been another escape attempt that ended when her mother found her in a hotel room with a man she had met online.

Again Dee Dee produced the paperwork giving Gypsy's false, younger birth date and threatened to inform the police. Dee Dee later told Gypsy that she had filed paperwork with the police claiming that Gypsy was mentally incompetent, leading Gypsy to believe that if she attempted to go to the police for help, they would not believe her.

Sometime around , Gypsy, who continued to use the Internet after her mother had gone to bed to avoid her tightened supervision, made contact online with Nicholas Godejohn, a man around her age from Big Bend, Wisconsin she said they met on a Christian singles group.

In , Gypsy confided to Aleah Woodmansee, a year-old neighbor who, unaware that Gypsy was close to her own age, considered herself a "big sister", that she and Godejohn had discussed eloping and had even chosen names for potential children.

Gypsy, who had five separate Facebook accounts, [1] and Godejohn flirted online, their exchanges sometimes using BDSM elements, which Gypsy has since claimed was more what he was interested in.

Woodmansee tried to talk her out of it, still thinking Gypsy was too young and possibly being taken advantage of by an online sexual predator. The next year Gypsy arranged and paid for Godejohn to meet her mother in Springfield.

Her plan was for him to just bump into her while she and Dee Dee were at a movie theater, both of them in costume, [14] and apparently strike up a relationship that way, then for her to introduce him to her mother.

As soon as they did meet in person for the first time, Godejohn says, Gypsy led him to the bathroom, where the two had sex. Godejohn returned to Springfield in June , arriving while Gypsy and her mother were away at a doctor's appointment.

After they had returned home and Dee Dee had gone to sleep, he went to the Blanchard house. Gypsy allowed him in and allegedly gave him duct tape, gloves and a knife with the understanding that he would use it to murder Dee Dee.

Gypsy claimed later that she did not expect him to be able to do it. Gypsy hid in the bathroom and covered her ears so that she would not have to hear her mother screaming.

Godejohn then stabbed Dee Dee several times in her back while she was asleep. They fled to a motel outside Springfield where they stayed for a few days while planning their next move; [17] during that time they were seen on security cameras at several local stores.

Gypsy said at that point she believed the two had managed to get away with their crime. They mailed the murder weapon back to Godejohn's home in Wisconsin to avoid being caught with it, [18] then took a bus there.

Several witnesses saw the pair on their way to the Greyhound station and noted that Gypsy wore a blonde wig and walked unassisted.

After seeing a concerning Facebook status posted from Dee Dee's account, the Blanchards' friends suspected something was not right.

When phone calls went unanswered, several of them went to the house. While they knew that the two often left on medical trips unannounced, they saw that Dee Dee's Nissan Cube , modified to hold Gypsy's wheelchair, was still in the driveway, making that explanation unlikely.

Protective film on the windows made it hard to see inside in the low light. No one answered the door, so they called When the police arrived, they had to wait for a search warrant to be issued before they could enter, but they allowed one of the neighbors present to climb through a window, where he saw that the inside of the house was largely undisturbed, and that all of Gypsy's wheelchairs were still present.

When the warrant was issued, police entered the house and soon found Dee Dee's body. A GoFundMe account was set up to pay for her funeral expenses, and possibly Gypsy's.

All who knew the Blanchards feared the worst—even if Gypsy had not been harmed, they believed she would be helpless without her wheelchair, medications, and support equipment like the oxygen tanks and feeding tube.

Woodmansee, who was among those gathered on the Blanchards' lawn, told police what she knew about Gypsy and her secret online boyfriend. She showed them the printouts she had saved, which included his name.

Based on that information, police asked Facebook to trace the IP address from which the posts to Dee Dee's account had been made.

It turned out to be in Wisconsin ; the next day police agencies in Waukesha County raided the Godejohns' Big Bend home. Both he and Gypsy surrendered and were taken into custody on charges of murder [3] and felony armed criminal action.

But, in announcing the news, Greene County sheriff Jim Arnott warned "things are not always what they appear.

After the disclosure of how Dee Dee had treated Gypsy all those years, sympathy for her as the victim of a violent murder rapidly shifted to her daughter as a long-term victim of child abuse.

While the charge of first-degree murder can carry the death penalty under Missouri law or life without parole , county prosecutor Dan Patterson soon announced he would not seek it for either Gypsy or Godejohn, calling the case "extraordinary and unusual".

So undernourished was Gypsy that during the year she was in the county jail, he told BuzzFeed later, she actually gained 14 pounds 6.

In July , she accepted the plea bargain agreement and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Godejohn still faced the more severe charge because prosecutors contended that he initiated the murder plot, and both he and Gypsy agreed that he was the one who actually killed Dee Dee.

Her plea bargain agreement did not require her to testify against him. In December , the judge set Godejohn's trial for November In some of the texts he asked her for details about Dee Dee's room and sleeping habits.

These were supplemented by video of his interview with police after his arrest, where he admitted to having killed her.

Gypsy testified on the trial's third day. She said that while she had indeed suggested to Godejohn that he kill Dee Dee to end her mother's abuse, she had also considered getting pregnant by him in the hope that once she was carrying Godejohn's child, Dee Dee would have to accept him.

Along with the knife that she eventually gave to Godejohn, she stole baby clothes from Walmart during a shopping trip so she could go ahead with either plan.

However, she said, Godejohn never told her what he thought about the pregnancy plan. After four days, the case was sent to the jury. Jurors had the option of finding Godejohn not guilty or guilty of one of three murder charges; involuntary manslaughter, second-degree murder or first-degree murder.

After approximately two hours of deliberation they returned with the verdict and Godejohn was found guilty of first-degree murder and armed criminal action.

In February , he was sentenced to life in prison for the murder conviction, the only possible option since prosecutors had declined to seek the death penalty.

Godejohn asked Judge David Jones for leniency on the armed criminal action charge, which carries a minimum sentence of only three years, saying that he had fallen "blindly in love" with Gypsy.

He received a sentence of 25 years on that charge, which is concurrent with the life sentence. Jones also denied a motion by Godejohn's lawyer, Dewayne Perry, for a new trial.

Perry argued that the jury should not have been allowed to hear that Godejohn had considered raping Dee Dee on the night of the murder, and he also argued that the state's psychologist should not have been allowed to testify while Godejohn's psychologist should have, to establish that he had diminished capacity.

The judge, in denying the motion, conceded that an appeals court could find the latter point significant and consider it a reversible error.

The neighbors, who had always looked out for the mother and daughter, engaged in considerable soul searching about how they had been deceived.

Aleah Woodmansee, whose information about Gypsy's relationship with Godejohn led police to the couple the day after Dee Dee's body was discovered, said she cried out of disbelief upon hearing that Gypsy had never been sick or disabled.

Kim Blanchard of no relation , who had called the deputy sheriffs to the house the night before, said, "What have I been believing?

How could I have been so stupid? Dee Dee's family in Louisiana, who had confronted her about her treatment of Gypsy years before, did not regret her death.

Her father, stepmother, and the nephew who first shared details of Gypsy's actual health when she was first confined to a wheelchair all later said that Dee Dee deserved her fate and Gypsy had been punished as much as she needed to be.

None of them would pay for her funeral or even pick up her ashes; [8] her father and stepmother ultimately flushed them down the toilet. Rod Blanchard, Gypsy's father, is less critical.

I feel like I'm more free in prison, than with living with my mom. Because now, I'm allowed to just live like a normal woman [14].

Gypsy, now serving her sentence in Missouri's Chillicothe Correctional Center , [13] did not talk to the media until after she had made her plea.

When she did, she told BuzzFeed reporter Michelle Dean that she had been able to research Munchausen syndrome by proxy on prison computers, and her mother had every symptom.

She believed Dee Dee's claim that she had cancer, even though she knew she could walk and eat solid food, leading her to assent to the regular head shavings.

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However, this doctor never reported her case to authorities. In later interviews, he stated his belief that there wasn't enough evidence to act.

In , an anonymous report was made to authorities stating that Dee Dee's accounts of Gypsy's ailments had no medical basis. This resulted in two caseworkers visiting their home, but Dee Dee convinced them there was nothing wrong.

As Gypsy grew older, Dee Dee began to lie about her age, going so far as to alter the dates on Gypsy's birth certificate to make her daughter seem younger.

But Gypsy was still becoming harder for Dee Dee to control. In , Gypsy tried to get away from her mother by running away with a man she'd met at a science fiction convention.

But Dee Dee soon tracked them down via mutual friends. She convinced the man that Gypsy was a minor, though she was actually 19 at the time.

According to Gypsy, Dee Dee smashed her computer and physically restrained her to her bed after they returned home.

Gypsy has also stated her mother would sometimes hit her and deny her food. Gypsy eventually managed to get back online. She joined a Christian dating site, where she met Nicholas Godejohn.

She told him the truth about her mother's actions and ended up asking him to kill Dee Dee so they could be together. In June , he came to her house and stabbed Dee Dee while Gypsy waited, ears covered, in the bathroom.

Gypsy and Godejohn returned to his home in Wisconsin, where they were found by police. After Dee Dee's murder, many people who'd known Gypsy wondered why she had gone so far as to kill her.

Since she could walk, she simply could've exposed Dee Dee's lies by standing up in public. Yet Gypsy had been conditioned to think no one would believe her.

She explained, "I couldn't just jump out of the wheelchair because I was afraid and I didn't know what my mother would do. I didn't have anyone to trust.

The fact was that Gypsy had spent her entire life being controlled and monitored by her mother. She wasn't allowed to go to school.

Though Gypsy was of normal intelligence, Dee Dee told everyone her daughter had a mental age of seven. When they were out in public, Dee Dee constantly held Gypsy's hand, squeezing it when she wanted her daughter to be quiet.

Marc Feldman, an expert in Munchausen syndrome by proxy, said of Gypsy's life and actions, "The control was total in the same sense that the control of a kidnapped victim sometimes is total.

Her daughter was, in essence, a hostage, and I think we can understand the crime that occurred subsequently in terms of a hostage trying to gain escape.

As Gypsy's medical records documented the abuse she'd been subjected to, her lawyer was able to arrange a plea deal for the charges she faced in Dee Dee's death; in , Gypsy pled guilty to second-degree murder.

She was sentenced to 10 years in prison, though she'll be eligible for parole beginning in Godejohn was found guilty of first-degree murder in and was sentenced to life in prison.

Gypsy has stated it was only after Dee Dee's death that she realized the extent of her mother's deception.

While Gypsy had known she could walk and eat regular food, she had believed she had leukemia. Today Gypsy is healthy.

She's also said she enjoys more freedom in prison than in the life she shared with Dee Dee. However, when asked by Dr. Two separate miracles of healing were credited to Mother Teresa after her death, which made it possible for her to be canonized as Saint Teresa.

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Learn about the real inspiration behind the movie about the Pentagon Papers. The accident, she said, had obviously resulted in something much worse and Gypsy Rose would need several surgeries if she ever hoped to walk again.

Until then, she decided, Gypsy Rose would remain in a wheelchair as to not aggravate her knee further. After taking her daughter to a hospital in New Orleans, she claimed that on top of her chromosomal disorder and muscular dystrophy, Gypsy Rose was now suffering from hearing and vision problems.

Additionally, she claimed Gypsy Rose had begun to suffer from seizures. While the tests showed no signs of any of the ailments Dee Dee claimed her daughter had, they nonetheless prescribed her with anti-seizure medication and generic pain meds.

There, the two became something of a pair of celebrities, acting as champions for the rights of the disabled and the sick. Habitat for Humanity built them a home with a wheelchair ramp and a hot tub, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation sent them on multiple trips to Walt Disney World and gave them backstage passes to a Miranda Lambert concert.

Meanwhile, the press they received through the various foundations attracted the attention of doctors nationwide. Before long, specialists were reaching out to Dee Dee and Gypsy Rose to see if there was anything they could do.

One of these doctors, a pediatric neurologist from Springfield named Bernardo Flasterstein, offered to see her at his clinic. While there, however, he discovered something startling.

When Dee Dee brushed him off, he began to make calls to doctors in New Orleans. After talking to them and confirming once again that Gypsy Rose was, for all intents and purposes, a healthy child, he began to suspect that the real illness may lie with Dee Dee.

In , though Dee Dee had told everyone she was 14, Gypsy Rose was 19 years old. Dee Dee had quickly intervened and explained the whole thing away, a talent she had cultivated over the years.

Because of their loveable nature and their inspirational bond, people believed in the story. Public Domain Nicholas Godejohn.

After the incident with the neighbor, Gypsy Rose began using the internet after Dee Dee went to bed to meet men in online chat rooms.

Though her mother chained her to her bed and threatened to smash her fingers with a hammer when she found out, Gypsy Rose continued to chat with the men, hoping one of them could save her.

Finally, in , she met Nicholas Godejohn , a year-old man from Wisconsin. Godejohn had a criminal record for indecent exposure and a history of mental illness, though neither of those dissuaded Gypsy Rose.

A few months after meeting, Nicholas Godejohn came to visit Gypsy Rose, and while Dee Dee was on a rare solo outing, the two had sex.

Gypsy Rose had been waiting for someone to come along and save her, and Nicholas Godejohn seemed just the one to do it.

Through Facebook messages, the two planned the demise of Dee Dee. Godejohn would wait until Dee Dee had gone to bed, and then Gypsy Rose would let him in and he would do the deed.

Then, one night in mid-June , it was done. While she was sleeping, Nicholas Godejohn bludgeoned Dee Dee in bed while Gypsy listened at the door.

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  1. Jetzt kann ich an der Diskussion nicht teilnehmen - es gibt keine freie Zeit. Ich werde frei sein - unbedingt werde ich schreiben dass ich denke.

  2. Ich entschuldige mich, aber meiner Meinung nach irren Sie sich. Es ich kann beweisen. Schreiben Sie mir in PM, wir werden besprechen.

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