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(Gypsy, at the time, was actually 19.) After the incident, Dee Dee was so angry that she allegedly “smashed the family computer with a hammer.”In real life, it is not clear whether Gypsy continued communicating with the man she met at the convention.But, after a period of punishment—for two weeks, Gypsy would later claim, her mother tied her to her bed so she could not attempt another escape—Gypsy was able to sneak her way back onto the Internet and create an online dating profile for herself.“It was because I wanted to escape her.”As for Dee Dee’s real-life romantic encounters—the only well-documented relationship is the one Dee Dee had with Gypsy’s father, Rod Blanchard.
“She felt that it was a non-escapable path she was on and she needed someone to understand her enough to be willing to basically risk their life for her.”In the same interview, Nick claimed that Gypsy inherited Dee Dee’s manipulation skills and used them to convince him that he should murder her mother.“She was brought up to lie and lie and lie and lie,” he said. And needless to say, that was a very long argument that lasted a couple weeks.Yelling, throwing things, calling me names: bitch, slut, whore.”Gypsy said that she began considering murder as an option soon after the fight.“It was not because I hated her,” Gypsy said., “Two Wolverines,” Gypsy (Joey King) and Dee Dee (Patricia Arquette) meet two men who seem as though they could potentially defuse mother and daughter’s abusive, isolating home dynamic.The first is a middle-aged man (Dean Norris) who forges a relationship with Dee Dee by phone—gently questioning whether Dee Dee is overly committed to her caregiver role.