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Dee Dee Blanchard’s murder: Couple’s twisted sexts revealed at trial

A jury at the murder trial for the man accused of stabbing his girlfriend’s mother Dee Dee Blanchard to death heard text message exchanges between the defendant and Gypsy, Dee Dee’s daughter, revealing that the couple was titillated by the planned murder and appeared to have woven it into a twisted sex fantasy.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Nicholas Godejohn, 29, is on trial for the June 2015 murder of Clauddine “Dee Dee” Blanchard, who is believed to have suffered from Munchausen syndrome by proxy, a psychological disorder in which a caretaker fabricates an illness or forces someone in their care to become sick.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard spent much of her life believing that she suffered from a number of ailments, including leukemia, and was kept confined to a wheelchair for years. After she met Godejohn on a Christian dating website, she reportedly convinced him to kill her mother so she could escape and live a normal life, with him.

Gypsy previously pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and is serving a 10-year-sentence for her role in the killing. She is testifying for the prosecution at Godejohn’s trial.

In court on Wednesday, prosecutors reportedly shared text messages between Gypsy Blanchard and Godejohn in the days leading up to Dee Dee’s brutal stabbing death.

“For motivation sake bring your A game hun. This is life with me on the line,” Gypsy reportedly wrote in one, according to the New York Post.

In several of Godejohn’s texts, he uses the third person, appearing to refer to his “evil” alter-ego.

“Honey you forgot though he is ruthless and his hatred of her will force her to die though,” Godejohn allegedly wrote. “You’ll enjoy it.”

 “Hun don’t forget you got to deal with My Evil Side first before we have our fun so he may wear you out because if you forgot he is the Most Sexual Part of me,” he reportedly wrote on June 9, 2015.

“But when he gets you from the Bathroom, I suggest you are naked when he sees you after the Deed.”

According to the New York Post, the defendant’s lawyers are arguing that he is autistic and was coerced into committing the crime.