Hannah Ferrier laments the stigma of drug addiction on the bill


Hannah Ferrier talks about being fired from Under Deck Med and how it affected her life outside of the show, in terms of reputation.

Old Under the Med Bridge Stew Chief Hannah Ferrier talks about being fired from the show and how she thinks it ruined her reputation. Since season 1 of the popular Bravo show, Hannah was the chief stew on board until she was fired in the middle of the season 5 filming. Her dismissal came after another member of the crew. , Team Leader Malia White, informed Captain Sandy that Hannah had drugs on board. . The drugs in question included Valium and a CBD pen. According to Captain Sandy, Hannah had not registered the drugs with her and was therefore in violation of maritime law and had to be fired. Fans believed this was all planned by Malia and Sandy in order to get Hannah off the boat, especially since Malia knew about the drugs weeks before reporting it to Sandy.


When she was fired, Hannah said in her final confessional that yachting had never been her passion. His main desire in life was to start a family. After leaving the boat, Hannah got engaged and also gave birth to her first child, a daughter named Ava. Hannah is now living her best life in Australia with Ava and her Scottish fiancé, Josh Roberts. While Josh doesn’t appear on Hannah’s social media at all in order to respect her desire for privacy, Hannah often posts photos of Ava. They are often seen wearing matching clothes or hanging out on Sydney’s beaches. Many Bravolebrities colleagues continue to wish Hannah the best of luck and can often be seen commenting on her Instagram posts with positive posts and wishes for happiness.

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Hannah is now talking about what it was like to watch her play on TV and how she thinks it damaged her reputation. According to Living Peninsula magazine (via Monsters and Critics), Hannah had a problem with the way her possession of anxiety drugs was portrayed on the show. Hannah’s struggle with anxiety and her sanity have been documented extensively on the show in the past, so Hannah was unsure why they chose to portray him in such a bad light this season. Hannah says that since anti-anxiety drugs are used to treat mental illness, they shouldn’t have been touted as having illicit and illegal drugs on board. They passed her off as a drug addict, and she didn’t appreciate that, especially since there is a stigma attached to this accusation.

Joao Franco Hannah Ferrier under the bridge

Despite Hannah’s perception of her final moments on the show, her fan support has never given up. When news broke that Hannah had been fired in the middle of Season 5, some fans threatened to stop watching the show and boycott Season 6, the first full season without Hannah as their chief stew. Hannah thanked fans for the support she received after being fired. She especially appreciated the support from those who also suffer from anxiety and shared with her that they understood what she was going through. She said that hearing their stories and knowing that they were supportive of her made it easier for her to watch her shot unfold on TV.

Season 6 of Under the Med Bridge is the first full season without Hannah at the helm, and the show so far lives up to the drama. Despite the uncontrollable antics of the current cast, fans can’t help but wonder how Hannah would have handled the situations the team puts the new stew in Chief Katie into. While returning to the Bravo show is probably out of the question for Hannah, there is potential for a reality show starring only Hannah. There are no talks or rumors about such a show, but with fans still missing out on seeing Hannah on their screens, demand could be high. Never say never, however.

Under the Med Bridge airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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Source: Living Peninsula

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