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Caroline gets many unwelcome surprises

Kate Chastain’s favorite ex stew is making the news for her troubles again. If you remember Caroline Bedol at all from Season 6, she was the one that did the least amount of work and complained the most. To be fair, she did have an injured and swollen attitude foot.

It seems like for most people, being on a show improves their lives but not Caroline. After having a nervous breakdown on national TV with mean girls Kate and Josiah Carter taunting her, she went back home only to be homeless and asking for donations from fans.

Starcasm recently reported that  Caroline was arrested for larceny, actually sixth-degree larceny, which is the lowest level of theft. Kate is probably thinking if it was Josiah he would be arrested for first degree because he is the best stew she ever worked with and ate cheez doodles with.  How Caroline fails again.

It’s not stated what she stole but the value of the item(s) is under $500 or less. If convicted, she could be punished up to three months in jail and fined up to $500. Or, have to work with Kate again. She has been released without bond on the promise she will appear (have they seen this last season of Below Deck?). Her next court date is June 20th (be on the lookout for Kate and Josiah in attendance with popcorn).

RELATED: Caroline Bedol Experienced Suicidal Thoughts After Leaving Below Deck

The biggest question is what did she steal? Did she take notes on her arrest and show them to Captain Lee Rosbach the police captain? Did the other officers blast music to get her to leave?

In all seriousness, this is very sad news. We never like to see people fall on hard times and it seems like 2019 is not Caroline’s year. We hope she gets the help she needs.

RELATED: Caroline Bedol Is Asking Fans For Financial Help

TELL US – DO YOU THINK CAROLINE WILL GO TO JAIL? WHAT DO YOU THINK SHE STOLE? DO YOU THINK SHE SHOULD BE ON THE NEXT SEASON OF BELOW DECK? DID YOU SEND HER A DONATION? 

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