Part of moving on for Gypsy involved the release of her Lifetime docuseries Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up (Mondays, 9 p.m. EST), a follow-up to January’s The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard.

“I was like, I’m so tired of being labeled Gypsy Rose Blanchard the prisoner, the girl who did that to her mom. I was so tired of labels,” she noted about the inspiration behind doing the original series. “And so, I wanted to come out and show the public who I am as a person and not a story, not a label, not this or that, but me. And so that drive was why I wanted to do this documentary follow-up.”

And while Gypsy has certainly faced critics online, she’s trying to worry less about what they think and more about living life on her terms. 

“I feel like I put my best foot forward with this,” she added. “And what the public takes from that, I hope it’s positive. And that’s really all I can do.”

To learn more about Gypsy’s life following her prison release, keep reading.

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