Over the weekend in Ville Platte, Louisiana, things were buzzing a little more than usual at El Charro Mexican Restaurant. The small-town eatery got a big bump in Facebook looks when Gypsy Rose Blanchard-Anderson and her husband, Ryan Anderson, dropped in for a meal.

You might know the name Gypsy Rose from one of her many headlines – she served time for her mother's murder and became well-known through the Hulu series "The Act." Released on parole in December 2023, she's been advocating for victims of Munchausen syndrome by proxy (MSbP).

Since moving back to Louisiana with hubby Ryan, it looks like Gypsy Rose is starting to blend into local life. Her visit to El Charro is one of the first times folks in South Louisiana have caught a glimpse of her out and about, and it's sparked quite a reaction online. Over the weekend, posts about her visit pulled in over a thousand likes, shares, and comments.

The local reactions have been a mixed bag. Some are excited – throwing out suggestions for other local spots Gypsy should check out (like Gator's Drive-thru daiquiris) or joking about missing her visit. Others are more indifferent, questioning the fuss over her appearance or saying they wouldn't recognize her.

It's interesting to see how people are reacting to Gypsy Rose living her life after her release. There's a lot of support, but also a few who think she shouldn't be getting this kind of attention.

At the end of the day, Gypsy Rose's story is complicated. She went through a lot and is now trying to live a normal life. It's clear she's going to be a topic of conversation in South Louisiana for a while. Where she pops up next, well, that's anyone's guess.

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