Pictured: Gypsy Rose Blanchard, young woman convicted in mom’s murder, seen for first time since release from prison

Pictured: Gypsy Rose Blanchard, young woman convicted in mom’s murder, seen for first time since release from prison

Gypsy Rose Blanchard, the Missouri woman who convinced her boyfriend to kill her mother after suffering years of medical abuse, was released from prison Thursday.

Blanchard, now 32, was seen in a casual blue and white long-sleeve top and jeans with her husband, Ryan Anderson, just hours after she sprung from serving a 10-year sentence on a second-degree murder conviction in connection with the 2015 stabbing death of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard.

Gypsy’s harrowing childhood inspired the HBO documentary “Mommy Dead and Dearest” and the Hulu scripted series “The Act.” As a child, she was forced by her mother to pretend she was suffering from leukemia, muscular dystrophy, and a host of other ailments.

She was granted parole in September, clearing the way for her early release nearly three years ahead of schedule.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard seen after being released from prison. Daniel William McKnight for NY Post
Blanchard was serving a 10-year sentence on a second-degree murder conviction. Daniel William McKnight for NY Post

Karen Pojmann, a spokesperson for the Missouri Department of Corrections, confirmed Gypsy’s release overnight in a statement to The Post.

“I can confirm that Gypsy Blanchard was released from Chillicothe Correctional Center on parole supervision at 3:30 a.m. today,” Pojmann said. “The conditions of her parole are not public record.”

Pojmann has not ruled out the possibility that Gypsy might be able to travel out of state while on parole.

On Sunday, just days after regaining her freedom, Gypsy and her husband, Ryan Anderson, are expected to attend a Kansas City Chiefs game, where she is hoping to run into her idol, Taylor Swift, she recently told TMZ.

Blanchard’s husband Ryan Anderson preparing to leave after his wife was released from prison. Daniel William McKnight for NY Post
Blanchard was granted parole in September. Daniel William McKnight for NY Post

Dee Dee Blanchard had Munchhausen by proxy syndrome, a psychological disorder in which parents seek sympathy and attention through the exaggerated or made-up illness of their children, according to Gypsy’s defense attorney.

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Despite being perfectly healthy, Gypsy was confined by her mother to a wheelchair and forced to use a feeding tube.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard, 32, was released from prison on parole Thursday. handout

Dee Dee presented her daughter to the world as terminally ill and having the mental capacity of a 7-year-old.

Through her years-long con, the mother received charitable donations from various organizations, was gifted a free trip to Disney World, and received a home from Habitat for Humanity.

Blanchard was able to hoodwink doctors by telling them that Gypsy’s medical records had been lost in Hurricane Katrina. If they became suspicious, she would switch doctors and shave her daughter’s head to make her look like a cancer patient.

Blanchard, pictured left as a girl, had served less than 8 years of her 10-year sentence for the death of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard.
Gypsy Rose Blanchard was being held at the Chillicothe Correctional facility In Missouri. Daniel William McKnight for NY Post

Besides the medical abuse, which included an unnecessary surgery to remove her salivary glands, Gypsy testified that her mother also beat her and chained her to a bed.

As she became more curious about the outside world after growing up in isolation, Gypsy met Nicholas Godejohn on a Christian dating website, and the two became romantically involved.

In June 2015, Godejohn stabbed Dee Dee to death in her Springfield Missouri home, where Gypsy Rose hid in the bathroom.

Gypsy’s former boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn, is serving a life sentence for stabbing Dee Dee Blanchard to death in 2015. MDC/MEGA

The couple then went on the run but were tracked down and arrested.

Godejohn told police he killed Dee Dee at Gypsy’s request and with a knife provided by her. He was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison plus 25 years.

Gypsy pleaded guilty in 2016 to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 10 years.

In her testimony at Godejohn’s trial, Gypsy admitted to talking him into killing her mother, saying, “I wanted to be free of her hold on me.”

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Gypsy’s account of her life, titled “Released: Conversations on the Eve of Freedom,” is set for publication next month.

With Post wires