Gypsy Rose Blanchard Makes Heartbreaking Statement After Admitting She Regrets What She’s Done With Her ‘Second Chance at Life’

Gypsy Rose Blanchard Makes Heartbreaking Statement After Admitting She Regrets What She's Done With Her 'Second Chance At Life'

In a statement shared to her private Facebook page, Gypsy Rose Blanchard revealed that she and her husband Ryan Scott Anderson have separated.

“People have been asking what is going on in my life,” Gypsy Rose reportedly wrote on Facebook. “Unfortunately my husband and I are going through a separation and I moved in with my parents home down the bayou. I have the support of my family and friends to help guide me through this. I am learning to listen to my heart. Right now I need time to let myself find… who I am.”

This comes after Gypsy announced she was stepping away from social media following her meteoric rise in popularity after she was released from prison in December 2023.

Gypsy and Ryan exchanged vows while Gypsy was still in prison in 2022. Ryan was the one who picked his estranged wife up from jail when she was released early.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard admitted earlier this month that she may have hit the ground running a little too quickly after being released from prison.

After being released from prison, the 32-year-old became an internet sensation overnight.

Now, Gypsy Rose is expressing regret over opening up her life to the public so quickly after being released from prison for second-degree murder in connection to her mom, Dee Dee’s, death.

As a result of that concern, Gypsy’s online presents has been deleted. According to People’s report, Gypsy deleted her social media accounts under “the advisement of her parole officer, so she won’t get in trouble and go back to jail.”

In the last video she shared with her followers, Gypsy Rose Blanchard shared her regrets by first apologizing to the people she “offended with a lack of accountability, the first month or so that I was out of prison and the lack of accountability in my interviews, I’m sorry. I’m learning. I take accountability for my part, and I’m saying this right now. I’m taking accountability. I did a bad thing.”

But despite knowing she messed up, she asked the world for “a little grace” as she navigates this “second chance at life” she’s been given. She then promised her “actions match my words.”

“I definitely have a good support system. And I think I’m just now starting to get around to listening to my inner self instead of all the noise that’s been on social media. So with that being said, thank you so much for watching and hearing me out.”

It’s unclear what all this means for Gypsy Rose Blanchard going forward. But it appears that Gypsy will be living life away from the public eye for the foreseeable future.