Daughter was never sick; planned to have her mother killed
Even though Gypsy Rose Blancharde was bound to a wheelchair, she was an inspiring young girl. Gypsy Rose fought leukemia, muscular dystrophy, seizures, and was even displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
She and her mother, Claudinnea “Dee Dee” Blancharde lived in a wheelchair-accessible home in Missouri, built for them by Habitat for Humanity. They lived a comfortable life thanks to charitable organizations including Make-A-Wish foundation.
A town rallied around a family who was dealing with multiple health issues, but it wasn’t at all what it seemed.