Captain Sandy Yawn of Below Deck Mediterranean insists she didn’t set fire to the main stew, Hannah , because of her unregistered medication. But instead, it was because she didn’t trust Hannah Ferrier.
“I didn’t fire Hannah because she had marijuana on the boat,” Captain Sandy Yawn told Vanity Fair. “I fired Hannah because she can’t be trusted.” Bosun Malia White sent a photo of Ferrier’s unregistered valium and a pen to Captain Sandy Yawn. Hannah Ferrier insisted on Twitter the pen was not marijuana but CBD, which as legal.
“If I had brought Hannah to sea and something catastrophic happened and I needed her to do her job as a crew member, to take care of someone’s life…. and she couldn’t do that because she was high…” Chives continued. “I fired Hannah because I’m responsible for lives. I’ve been in court before… You hold up your hand, you swear in a court of law, you’re not gonna lie.”
Below Deck Med: Captain Sandy Yawn Opened Up About Firing Hannah Ferrier
Chives thinks Hannah Ferrier wanted out of the industry and the discovery paved the way. “I don’t like her,” she said about Hannah Ferrier. “But is she someone I’d ever hire on a boat? Not at all.” But, “I would hire someone who wants to be there. Someone who works with his team. Someone who doesn’t just show up to serve the guests. That’s humiliating. I want someone who’s invested.
“You know what I think, honestly?” she remarked. “I think Hannah sabotaged herself because she didn’t want to do this. She wanted out; she just didn’t know how to leave, that’s my opinion.”
“And guess what: Now she’s pregnant, and she’s got everything she wanted.” “All I know about Hannah because I listened to her. She wanted children. She didn’t want to do this work. She hated the job, but she kept coming back for the money.”