‘Below Deck’s Caroline Bedol Confesses To Being Homeless After Dramatic Show Exit
Viewers have dubbed her “Crazy Caroline” due to her outspoken nature on Bravo’s Below Deck. Now, in an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, Caroline Bedol is speaking up about her personal life – beginning with her current living situation.
Bedol revealed to Radar she currently does not have a permanent home to live in after dramatically exiting the show’s sixth season.
“I’m not looking for a homeless shelter to stay in, but I am homeless in the sense that I am in between homes,” Bedol said.
The Bravo star was living in Connecticut before joining the season six cast. While she often gets slammed by social media trolls who claim she is without a stable home, Bedol told Radar she’s doing just fine.
“It doesn’t offend me when people say, ‘Oh my goodness, she’s homeless,’” Bedol said.
“I’m not sure where I’m going to be landing geographically,” she explained. “You get motels or hotels when you can, you sleep in your car if it’s warm.”
On Wednesday, March 20, Bedol posted a photo on Instagram of her standing in a hallway of what appeared to be a motel with her dog, Rico.
Kate Chastain’s show nemesis said that despite what critics say about her, it’s “no big deal.”
In addition to her stance on homelessness, she said she wants to destigmatize the people’s negative views on mental health issues.
“Words do affect people,” she said. “These things need to be talked about. Getting a dialogue going is the first step towards breaking these stigmas.”
Bedol exited early from the season after a blowout fight with Chastain and Josiah Carter. She claimed the two verbally harassed her. At the show’s reunion, which Bedol did not attend, Andy Cohen showed a clip of Chastain and Carter shouting that Bedol was leaving the show due to having herpes. At the time, many fans jumped to Bedol’s defense.
In January, cops conducted a welfare check on Bedol after she shared a distressing and suicidal tweet, Radar reported.
At the end of the day, Bedol said she currently has a more positive outlook.
“After witnessing how many angry, bitter people are out there behind their monitors just spewing their hate at strangers on the Internet it feels really good to people rally and have love and support,” she said. “Social media isn’t all bad. It can also be a place to find support and understanding.”
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