‘Below Deck Med’ Viewers Now Know Which Crew Member Had Drugs on the Boat

by Jeremy Spirogis
Captain Sandy Yawn, Hannah Ferrier, Aesha Scott

Below Deck Mediterranean viewers now know that chief stew Hannah Ferrier introduced valium on the boat.

Captain Sandy Yawn, Hannah Ferrier, Aesha Scott
Captain Sandy Yawn, Hannah Ferrier, Aesha Scott |Greg Endries/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank

In a panoramic episode, Ferrier is seen feeling in poor health after the departure of chef Hindrigo “Kiko” Lorran after which later wanting lower than thrilled to be taught that bosun Malia White’s boyfriend Tom Checketts would be the new chef. She feels so in poor health that she stays on the boat whereas the remainder of the crew enjoys a day at a resort.

At one level Ferrier is seen alone in her bunk. Production darkens the remainder of the room however lightens a field of valium that sits on Ferrier’s mattress. Later, White seems like she unintentionally discovers the remedy when the crew members are transferring cabins. “Goddammit,” White is heard whispering as she snaps a photograph off-camera.

Captain Sandy receives a photograph she didn’t really need

Later Yawn is seen in her bunk at night time receiving the picture from White. The textual content message related to the picture is, “I’m sorry but I have to report this.” Yawn appears at her cellphone and mouths the phrase, “Wow.”

The subsequent day Yawn is put in a no-win place. She has to confront Ferrier. David, the primary mate arrives in her workplace and she or he discusses the state of affairs with him. “Good morning,” Yawn says. “David, could you come in my office, please?” She exhibits the picture to David. “Found this, so I just need to do the procedures and the protocol. And I want you to be there for the whole thing. And to be honest …”

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Yawn is interrupted as a result of Ferrier is at her door. Ferrier was doing laundry and questioned about an errant piece of clothes. That is when Yawn tells Ferrier to have a seat. “Perfect timing, I need you in here,” Yawn tells Ferrier. Yawn appears clearly rattled and uncomfortable. Ferrier spies the picture illuminated on Yawn’s cellphone.

“Um Hannah it’s been brought to my attention that you have drugs on board,” Yawn says to Ferrier.

João Franco ensures that Captain Sandy by no means needed to be in that place

João Franco, former bosun from Below Deck Med shared what he would have accomplished in the identical place. “So if I were to find them and see them personally, I would be oblivious to what it was,” he stated throughout an Instagram Live with Colin Macy-O’Toole.

“If something leading to the matter of me thinking that they’re taking something where it’s affecting their ability to work, I would absolutely say something,” Franco continued. “But I would first say it to that person and then take it further. That is my obligation. So my obligation to maintain safety is to approach the person to say, listen, I know of this.”

“Does the captain know this?” he stated. “Yes, the captain knows of it, and Okay, no problem. Would you mind if we just go and discuss it together? Because I feel that it’s affecting your ability to work.”

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He is definite that Yawn by no means needed to be put on this place. “If Captain Sandy has been sent something it is her obligation to take action because she’s been sent it,” he remarked. “I can guarantee you she wishes she never got anything. Because if she has, especially on TV, I’m afraid to say you have to take action. You have to make a moral decision. And you have to make a professional decision at the same time.”

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