In a recent social media post, Gypsy Rose Blanchard, a figure known for her high-profile legal case, has revealed her allegiance to the New Orleans Saints. Blanchard, who served an eight-year term for the second-degree murder of her mother, showcased her Saints support by posting a mirror selfie donning the team's black and gold jersey on Instagram.

The image quickly attracted attention, with followers expressing admiration for her Taysom Hill jersey. While the New Orleans Saints have not officially responded to Blanchard's post, she's definitely representing her Louisiana roots—especially when you read her caption of "Louisiana love."

Blanchard's return to Louisiana with her husband post-release has been well documented since her December 28 release. Since gaining her freedom, she has made a significant impact on social media, amassing millions of followers across various platforms, including Instagram.

Her life story, including the events leading to her mother's death, was dramatized in the 2019 Hulu mini-series "The Act," bringing her case into the national spotlight.

As Blanchard continues to represent Louisiana, she also continues to navigate her newfound freedom and social media presence. Will her support for the Saints find her in the Caesars Superdome for the final game of the season vs. Atlanta?

Only time will tell as we continue to follow her journey.

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