Accused blogger wanted to 'bury' gypsy Rose Blanchard before case was dismissed

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Court documents from the Gypsy Rose Blanchard lawsuit reveal how blogger April Johns conducted herself online in an alleged smear campaign.

June 6, 2024, published at 2:30 PM ET

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Blanchard's family sued Johns for alleged defamation, fraud, breach of contract, unjust enrichment and false light.

Last month, Blanchard, her father, Fishing rodstepmother, Kristyand stepsister, Mia has filed a lawsuit against Johns – AKA Franchesca or Fancy Macelli — allegations of defamation, fraud, breach of contract, unjust enrichment and false light.

In 2017, Johns, a content creator from Louisville, Kentucky, allegedly entered into a business partnership with the family while Blanchard, now 32, was in prison for the second-degree murder of her infamous mother. Dee Dee.

The Blanchards agreed to let Johns publish content about Gypsy on her behalf, but cut ties with the blogger in 2019 after she “failed to secure or produce a single marketable media project as promised,” according to the lawsuit . The family alleged that Johns continued to profit from the story, claiming the blogger posted private information and “false, defamatory and harassing things” about them without permission.

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A screenshot submitted to the court appeared to show Johns threatening to make Blanchard “look so damn bad.”

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The complaint accused Johns of publicly posting sensitive information, such as “Gypsy's private information, protected medical recordsand documents from the murder case, such as crime scene photos of Dee Dee's body.

“Prior to and after Gypsy's release from the Department of Corrections on December 28, 2023, Johns/Macelli posted dozens of videos,” the complaint states, adding that she posted content “sometimes several per day.” During this time, she reportedly said, “I'm so sick of the gypsy… Like I really want to bury her this far down a rabbit hole and I think if I dig enough I could f—- her out show — bad.”

A screenshot of Johns' alleged message was presented to the court as evidence.

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Another screenshot was intended to prove that Johns was countering “platforms' attempts to remove her objectionable content.”

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The family also alleged that Johns – who called himself “the leading expert on the Gypsy Rose Blanchard case” – called Blanchard a “dangerous damn person” and “a deviant” in a February 2024 live YouTube video, adding : “F— you b—-,” and, “I'll take you down tonight.”

In another screenshot submitted into evidence, Johns appeared to call Blanchard's stepmother a “lying con artist” in a public post.

The lawsuit alleged that Johns suspended several social media accounts but “continued to thwart all efforts by the various platforms to remove her objectionable content.”

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In another document entered into evidence, Johns allegedly called Gypsy's stepmother a “lying con artist.”

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According to the complaint, TikTok suspended Jones' account “more than once,” but she allegedly “created new accounts” to continue posting content.

Another screenshot submitted into evidence appeared to show a Facebook post with a comment from a user asking what happened to Johns' TikTok account. She reportedly wrote back, “Yes, they banned it, it's okay, I'll make another one.”

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Additionally, the Blanchards alleged that Johns falsely accused them of stalking her and encouraging others to harass her, while she reportedly expressed fears that someone was “taking her out.”

The family also supported their claims of fraud with documents showing that Johns had been convicted of welfare fraud in 2000 in Riverside, California. The documents showed she was ordered to pay restitution of nearly $800 and serve six days in jail.

The Blanchard family requested a temporary restraining order, a preliminary and permanent injunction against Johns, and unspecified damages.

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