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Gypsy Rose Blanchard returned ‘family heirloom’ wedding ring to ex-husband Ryan Anderson after filing to divor – Daily Mail

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard returned her wedding ring to ex-husband Ryan Anderson.

TMZ reported that the Munchausen by proxy victim, 32, left the ‘family heirloom’ behind on March 22 with the apology note she left when she decided to end her marriage.

The note simply said: ‘I’m sorry, you and I deserve happiness.’

The ring was given to Ryan by his mother and sources close to the Life After Lock Up star told the outlet that she knew it was the right thing to do.

The couple married while Gypsy was in prison and their relationship started to fall apart once she was released and they were spending time together. 

The note simply said: 'I'm sorry, you and I deserve happiness.' The ring was given to Ryan by his mother and sources close to the Gypsy-Rose: Life After Lock Up star, 32, told the outlet that she knew it was the right thing to do

Ryan is said to have been blindsided by Gypsy’s request for a divorce.

‘I’m not doing well with it. For me it just came out of the blue,’ he began. 

‘I had no idea she still had such strong feelings for him,’ he told DailyMail.com exclusively last month, referring to her ex-fiancé Ken Urker.

After Gypsy left Anderson, Urker wasted no time in flying from Texas to be by her side. 

Blanchard has insisted that there is ‘no intimacy’ between the pair and that he is simply being a supportive friend – despite a kissing selfie she shared on Instagram  but Anderson is clear that the relationship is to blame for the end of his marriage. 

He told DailyMail.com: ‘I haven’t spoken to her, so I just don’t know what’s going on. I’m at a loss. I’m really not doing well at all.’

This weekend, Gypsy was in Los Angeles ahead of the premiere of her Lifetime reality TV series.

While in the City of Angels, she went to the beach, visited the Hollywood Walk of Fame and dined at Lisa Vanderpump‘s SUR. 

She shared a video on TikTok posing in front of the restaurant’s iconic pink fluorescent sign. ‘SUR rules.’

She captioned the video: ‘Night in Hollywood.’ 

The couple married while Gypsy was in prison and their relationship started to fall apart once she was released and they were spending time together

This weekend, Gypsy was in Los Angeles ahead of the premiere of her Lifetime reality TV series

While in the City of Angels, she went to the beach, visited the Hollywood Walk of Fame and dined at Lisa Vanderpump 's SUR

In the video she poses in front of the restaurant¿s iconic pink fluorescent sign. ¿SUR rules.' She captioned the TikTok: 'Night in Hollywood'

Blanchard’s traumatic childhood and early adulthood has been fodder for documentaries, movies, books and countless magazine, newspaper and online articles.

She was released from Chillicothe Correctional Center in Missouri on December 28, after serving eight years of a 10-year sentence for her role in the infamous murder of her mother Dee Dee.

In what has become one of the best-known cases of Munchausen by proxy, Blanchard spent her childhood posing as a wheelchair bound invalid while Dee Dee subjected her to years of ill health, shaving her head, pumping her full of unnecessary medications, and convincing the world that she was suffering from leukemia and muscular dystrophy.

Blanchard’s mother’s stranglehold came to an end in 2015 when she persuaded the boyfriend she had met online, Nicholas Godejohn, to creep into their home in Springfield, Missouri, and stab her mother to death.

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