After killing her mother, Gypsy Rose Blanchard was given early release from a 10-year prison sentence. She said, "I'm ready."

After almost seven years in prison for her part in the murder of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, Gypsy Rose Blanchard was given release in September.

Several news sources say that Gypsy Rose Blanchard is no longer in jail after spending more than seven years for her part in the murder of her mother

CBS, ABC, and Gray News all said that she got out of jail Thursday morning.

"I'm ready for freedom," Gypsy tells PEOPLE in a rare interview done right before she was freed early. "I'm ready to expand and I think that goes for every facet of my life."

In September, Ozarks First and the Springfield News-Leader said that the Missouri Department of Corrections said Gypsy, who is 32 years old, was given freedom and would be free in December.

When Gypsy admitted to killing her mother, Clauddine "Dee Dee" Blanchard, with a knife in July 2016, she was given a 10-year prison term that month.

Gypsy had served 85 percent of her sentence by the time she was freed. The time she spent in the Greene County Jail before being sent to the Missouri Department of Corrections counted toward her total term.

In June 2015, Dee Dee Blanchard was found dead. Gypsy, who was 23 years old at the time, and Nick Godejohn, who was her boyfriend at the time, were both charged with murder.

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