Gypsy Rose Blanchard says she and her mother had an argument just days before she claims she and her then-boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn carried out Dee Dee’s murder. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Are you involved in a story that has made the headlines?
At the time, Gypsy says she’d been a victim of her mother’s compulsion to seek out unnecessary medical attention for fabricated illnesses and disabilities for over two decades, and had had more than 30 unnecessary operations.
She claims on that particular day, she’d asked Dee Dee if she could have her feeding tube removed. “I had an upcoming surgery, and I didn’t want to have it, so I asked her, ‘Please tell the doctor I don’t need this surgery,’" says the 26-year-old.
She says Dee Dee refused her request. And that’s when, Gypsy claims, she turned to her boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn. Gypsy alleges that Nicholas, who claims he has multiple personalities, told her to ask his alter-ego, Victor, for help.
“I talked to Nick, he had me talk to Victor who initially was the one that was gonna do the murder, and he was like, 'Ask Victor, please,' and I said, 'Victor would you please come kill my mother for me because I can’t do it myself.'”
Two days later, Dee Dee Blanchard was stabbed to death in her bed. Gypsy Rose Blanchard is currently serving a 10-year sentence for second-degree murder. Nicholas Godejohn, has pleaded not guilty to a charge of first-degree murder. His trial is set for December 2017.
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