Below Deck Med: Everyone knows (and dislikes) a girl like Malia White

BELOW DECK MEDITERRANEAN, Captain Sandy Yawn, Hannah Ferrier, Aesha Scott (Photo by: Greg Endries/Bravo)
BELOW DECK MEDITERRANEAN, Captain Sandy Yawn, Hannah Ferrier, Aesha Scott (Photo by: Greg Endries/Bravo) /

Malia White might have proved she could follow the rules on Below Deck Mediterranean, but she also proved she’s only looking out for herself.

Hannah Ferrier did not mess around on the Below Deck Mediterranean reunion last night.  While Malia White was busy talking about how Hannah is a horrible person for using a medication, Hannah proved that she had a prescription and gave it to production and the people in charge 12 hours after leaving the boat.  It clearly had her name and the prescribed date on the box, but Malia did not care about that.

Needing medication is already stigmatized, but Malia has appointed herself Head Medicine Queen and is speaking for the caption, the boat, maritime law, and the world when she judges Hannah for having valium.  Malia had no problem getting wasted on a regular basis, how is that any more debilitating than anxiety medication?  If nothing else, valium helps Hannah be more levelheaded and ready to work.  An anxiety attack can be more debilitating than treating it properly with prescribed medication.

We all know Hannah should have properly declared her medication, that’s on her.  But listening to Malia drag Hannah around on her high horse about how she does drugs is just ignorant.  No matter how you slice it, all of the shots Malia took every time they went out were more debilitating than a valium.

Malia said she was on top of the rules and regulations in regard to maritime law, but she went to production first and they went to the caption?  She noted she did this with Benadryl herself but said she saw empty wrappers from Hannah’s prescription all over the room and didn’t say anything?  So once again, she only brought this up when it was convenient and beneficial for her.

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Overall, this season of Below Deck Mediterranean was disappointing on so many levels.  The topic of mental health was handled poorly, Hannah was treated poorly for her anxiety disorder, and Malia somehow got to make every viewer out there that suffers from anxiety feel anxious and inadequate.  Great work, guys.  Hopefully, see you never again, Malia.

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