Christine Bugsy Drake is opening up about Malia White reporting Hannah Ferrier for valium on Below Deck Mediterranean. Season 5 was a roller coaster ride for fans of the Bravo yachting show. It is by far one of the craziest seasons in the franchise.
According to Christine Bugsy Drake, there is much more drama coming in the latest episodes. She warned fans that there is still a lot to do for the crew of The Wellington.
One of the most discussed stories is, of course, Hannah’s dismissal and the role Malia White played in getting her ousted. The departure also led Christine Bugsy Drake to become head stew, which according to some fans was Malia’s plan, Bugsy and Captain Sandy Yawn.
Christine Bugsy Drake recently shared her thoughts about Hannah Ferrier leaving the show Bravo. She also expressed that no more bad blood between Bugsy and Hannah Ferrier.
Now the new stew boss is opening up about her friend Malia White and the role Malia played in Hannah Ferrier being fired.
Below Deck Med: Malia White Has Christine Bugsy Drake’s Full Support
It is no secret that Malia White and Bugsy are best friends. The boatswain discussed their friendship in detail after discovering that Bugsy Drake was replacing the second Lara Flumiani stew, which abandoned the ship after just one charter.
The two women met in the second season of Below Deck Mediterranean, but they did not get close until the end of shooting. So, it should come as no surprise to fans that Bugsy Drake fully supports Malia’s decision to report Hannah to Captain Sandy.
“She knows more about maritime law and the more serious side of yachting. I think she did what she had to do and, you know, I can’t judge her for that,” Bugsy Drake shared with E! News.
Yes, Bugsy is using maritime laws, just like Malia White and Captain Sandy did to justify the actions taken against Hannah to get valium and a CBD pen. Hannah had the medication to help her with her anxiety and panic attacks.