SLIDELL, La. – Gypsy Rose Blanchard, who gained notoriety for her involvement in a high-profile legal case, recently took to social media to express her support for the New Orleans Saints. Blanchard, known for serving an eight-year term for the second-degree murder of her mother, showcased her allegiance to the Saints by posting a selfie wearing the team’s black and gold jersey on Instagram.
The image quickly gained attention, with followers showing admiration for her Taysom Hill jersey. Although the New Orleans Saints have not officially responded to Blanchard’s post, her caption “Louisiana love” clearly indicates her strong connection to her home state.
Blanchard’s return to Louisiana with her husband after being released on December 28 has been well-documented. Since gaining her freedom, she has amassed a significant following on social media, including Instagram.
Her life story, including the dramatic events leading to her mother’s death, was depicted in the 2019 Hulu mini-series “The Act.” The series catapulted her case into the national spotlight.
As Blanchard continues to represent Louisiana, she also navigates her newfound freedom and growing social media presence. It remains to be seen whether her support for the Saints will lead her to attend the final game of the season against Atlanta at the Caesars Superdome.
Time will tell as we continue to follow her journey.