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At the hospital Gypsy produced a birth certificate that gave her correct date of birth, proving that she was of legal age. Dee Dee went to the hospital, where she said that that birth certificate was an incorrect version issued after Katrina, apparently proving it with the "real" birth certificate giving a more recent birthdate.
Reportedly Gypsy was made to apologize to all present. At an event inshe 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.
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Godejohn had some issues of his own: Gypsy, who had five separate Facebook accounts,  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 too young and possibly being taken advantage of by an online sexual predator.
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,  and apparently strike up a relationship that way, then for her to introduce him to her mother. As soon as they did meet for the first time in real life, Godejohn says, Gypsy led him to the bathroom, where the two had sex.
Dee Dee said he was "creepy". The two continued their Internet interactions, however, and began developing their plan to kill Dee Dee. After they had returned home and Dee Dee went to sleep, Gypsy let him know, and 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. Godejohn then stabbed Dee Dee several times in her sleep. They may have remained for several days while planning their next move;  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. Several witnesses saw the pair on their way to the Greyhound station and noted that Gypsy wore a blonde wig and walked unassisted.
The first read simply "That Bitch is dead! Gypsy would later state that she was concerned that several days had passed without anyone discovering her mother's body, and that she hoped that someone would report the ominous message to the police so that they would find the body.
When phone calls went unanswered, several of them went to the house. 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. 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.
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  and felony armed criminal action. But, in announcing the news, Greene County sheriff Jim Arnott warned "things are not always what they appear. While the charge of first-degree murder can carry the death penalty under Missouri law or life without parolecounty 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 Julyshe accepted the plea bargain agreement and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Her plea bargain agreement did not require her to testify against him. 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.
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 she eventually gave to Godejohn, she stole baby clothes from Walmart during a shopping trip so she could go ahead with either plan.
But, she said, Godejohn never told her what he thought about the pregnancy plan. Jurors had the option of finding Godejohn not guilty or guilty for 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. He will be sentenced in February 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 relationwho had called the deputy sheriffs to the house the night before, said, "What have I been believing? How could I have been so stupid? We also screen for soft skills like language.
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