‘Below Deck’ Star Caroline Bedol Arrested for Larceny

By Tiffany Meier

Former “Below Deck” star Caroline Bedol was arrested for sixth-degree larceny in Connecticut over the weekend.

According to court documents obtained by E! News, the 35-year-old was arrested on Sunday, June 9.

Larceny in the sixth degree is theft of a property or service valued at $500 or less, and is a class C misdemeanor.

Bedol had a $0 bond and was released from custody, according to court documents. She is scheduled to appear in court on June 20.

Bedol has not yet made a public comment about the arrest, but she has shared on social media that she is currently homeless. She posted a caption-less selfie in front of a pitched tent.

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On March 4, she posted another selfie and responded in the comments that she was currently homeless.

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I told my optometrist I wanted the Dahmer look. Nailed it.

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Bedol grew up in the Northeast and “being a fan of the nomadic lifestyle and always looking for her next adventure, she received her certifications to become a stewardess and immediately joined a crew,” according to the television show’s official cast page.

Bedol starred as a third stewardess on Season 6 of “Below Deck.”

However, she left before the season finished, after “clashing with fellow staffers Kate Chastain and Josiah Carter,” according to Page Six.

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When someone tells me the Flat Earth Theory is making a comeback.

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Previously, Bedol had an arrest warrant out for her in October 2018 after she reportedly missed a mandatory court appearance regarding an alleged attack between her dog and another dog, according to Radar Online, which broke the news.

According to an interview with People magazine, Bedol said she learned about the arrest warrant through Radar Online’s article.

Bedol told People magazine that while the allegations surrounding her missed court dates were “probably true,” she was a “little confused” about the arrest warrant.

“I tried to run a warrant search and for some reason I can’t find it on the database,” she said at the time. “I don’t exactly know what’s going on with that. I need to figure that out because it’s a matter of paying my fine.” Bedol said she thinks the fine is around $160—something she would be “happy” to pay.