World Girl Shares Childhood Experience With Gypsy Rose Blanchard in Viral TikTok
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An Instagram user's awkward experience with TSA at Ft Lauderdale Airport has gone viral after she was asked to remove her cap, which happened to be attached to her wig.Instagram user @blaquechica954, real name Brinta, shared the video to her social media account on May 7. After returning from a trip to Houston, Texas, Brinta naturally faced TSA at Ft Lauderdale Airport. What wasn't as expected, however, was that they would request she removed her cap, which happened to have her wig attached.
A TikTok user has shared her experience with murderer Gypsy Rose Blanchard, and provided images to prove it, in a now-viral TikTok video with over six million likes.
On May 15, TikTok user @Annakateeh took to the social media platform to post about her childhood memory of Blanchard. Using the popular TikTok audio "Cigarette", which often recounts dark stories, the text reads: "Guys, me and my family went towhen I was six."
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The actors -- who were children when they starred in the 2003 comedy -- have sparked a romance years later.The two former child actors -- who have both since gone on to pursue other careers -- have been dating for a while, but news of their relationship recently blew up on TikTok when a post about their romance went viral.
"Notice anyone in the background?" continues the text as images begin to appear on-screen, showing an instantly recognizable face, especially for true-crime fans. The first image shows Dee Dee Blanchard, kneeling down to take a photo. The following images all contain Gypsy Rose Blanchard herself, wearing a Little Mermaid fancy dress outfit.
"We literally talked to them and wished her prayers," finished the text.
In following videos, the TikTok user explains how she realizes it was Gypsy Rose Blanchard after: "When her story came out on the news, my parents were like 'Didn't we see her in Disney, so my dad went back and looked at our old pictures and we saw her in the background.'"
Gypsy Rose and Dee Dee Blanchard often received free Disney World trips under the pretense that Gypsy Blanchard was dealing with long-term illnesses. Charitable donations received by the mother became a focal point for the storyline of's The Act, a true-crime drama starring Joey King as Gypsy Blanchard.
Charli D'Amelio and her family appear at 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards
Charli, 17, donned a shimmery shoulderless dark silver skirt with strappy black heels. The social media star had her brown locks down and parted at the event with hoop earrings. Her sister Dixie, 19, wore a shiny silver turtleneck dress with matching strappy heels and large hoop earrings. She had her long black locks slicked back at the ceremony. © Provided by Daily Mail The latest: TikTok sensation Charli D'Amelio was snapped with her family on the red carpet of the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted on Monday at the Palladium in Los Angeles.
In 2016, Gypsy Blanchard pled guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 10 years in prison after the death of her mother. Dee Dee Blanchard had spent her daughter's life faking medical issues, including chromosomal disorder, and the need for a wheelchair. The facade created by Dee Dee Blanchard even stemmed into lies about her daughter's age and false stories of being Hurricane Catrina victims.
With the rise of true-crime communities, the story of Gypsy Rose Blanchard has become a talking point for users on TikTok in recent months. Similarly, users have also turned their interest to the likes of the Menendez brothers, withfrom jail decades after the murder of their parents.
After the release of The Act in 2019, interest toward the Gypsy Rose Blanchard story within the true-crime community spiked. Now, the #GypsyRose tag has over 350 million views on TikTok and viral videos include users searching her previousaccount and retelling the story to viewers.
Auschwitz survivor, 97, receives anti-Semitic messages on TikTok: report .
A 97-year-old Holocaust survivor received a series of hate-fueled messages on social media during the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, her family says, according to reports. Lily Ebert, one of the oldest users on TikTok, has an account where people can ask her questions about the Holocaust. She was a teenager when the Nazis deported her from her Hungarian hometown to Auschwitz, a camp where roughly a million Jews died. But Ebert's great-grandson, Dov Forman, said her pages were recently flooded with hate-fueled messages, including some praising Hitler.