Gypsy Rose Blancharde and her mother made several trips from their home in Springfield, Mo., to Kansas City’s Children’s Mercy Hospital for treatment. However, court records say that Gypsy was not sick and that her alleged illness may have been part of a scam for money and sympathy.
Gypsy Rose Blancharde and her mother made several trips from their home in Springfield, Mo., to Kansas City’s Children’s Mercy Hospital for treatment. However, court records say that Gypsy was not sick and that her alleged illness may have been part of a scam for money and sympathy.
Gypsy Rose Blancharde and her mother made several trips from their home in Springfield, Mo., to Kansas City’s Children’s Mercy Hospital for treatment. However, court records say that Gypsy was not sick and that her alleged illness may have been part of a scam for money and sympathy.

Springfield mom and daughter caught up in apparent fraud that ended in death made frequent trips to KC

June 19, 2015 07:10 PM

UPDATED June 19, 2015 07:10 PM

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