‘Below Deck Mediterranean’: Hannah’s Valium Medicine Defined

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‘Below Deck Mediterranean’: Hannah’s Valium Drugs Explained

Final evening’s Under Deck: Mediterranean ended with Captain Sandy Yawn about to satisfy with chief stew Hannah Ferrier over prescription Valium and a weed pen she had onboard. Malia White, the crew’s bosun and Hannah’s former cabinmate who despatched a photograph of the medicine to their captain, went on Watch What Occurs Reside to elucidate why she informed the captain. She’d realized about Hannah’s Valium capsules days earlier than, when Hannah had a panic assault one evening and requested for them, telling Andy Cohen, “I think in that moment when she asked for Valium, it really hit me that those were the pills she was taking every night, all season.” White added, “That’s when it became a real serious thing to me.” However White solely informed Yawn days later, after a blowout battle with Ferrier over altering cabin preparations so she may bunk along with her boyfriend, who’d simply joined the boat as a substitute chef. “I already had my bunk at that point,” she informed Cohen, who requested if she informed Yawn due to the battle. “It was because it’s my duty to. I don’t want to lose my licensing.”

And in case you’re questioning: Why do a crew member’s pharmaceuticals matter? “It’s not legal to take Valium on a yacht unsupervised, whether you have a prescription or not,” White defined. “So Hannah knows what she was doing was wrong; she knows that it was against the rules.” Ferrier, for her half, responded to White’s actions throughout a livetweet of final evening’s episode, writing in one tweet, “I like Malia’s arranging skills. So that’s prescribed Valium, CBD (which is legal in Spain), a lighter (not sure what this has to do with anything) and my passport holder … And for anyone who’s interested the prescription is on the other side of the box as shown.” This will not be the final of Ferrier but — throughout Watch What Occurs Reside, White clarified that simply because a crew member’s medicine get reported doesn’t imply they’re routinely fired. “It’s not an automatic termination, but that is up to the captain,” White stated. “It depends, you know, what they find and how they feel having that crew member at sea.”


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