Bravo fired Peter Hunziker, a beginner of “Under Deck Mediterranean” after sharing a “post racist” on his social networks.
“Peter Hunziker of Under Deck Mediterranean has been fired for his racist job,” Bravo announced on social media platforms on June 17. The deckhand only appeared in three episodes of season 5, which premiered on June 1.
The statement continued: “Well done and 51 Minds are modifying the series to minimize its appearance for the following episodes. ”
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Hunziker republished a meme on social media that “represented shocking racist and sexual images,” according to The Daily Mail.
The sailor was also criticized for calling his boss, Malia White, “darling” or “darling”. Captain Sandy chastised him for his sexist language in a recent episode.
Hunziker’s dismissal comes in the wake of the network ending several cast members for race-insensitive messages that were reviewed during the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Bravo announced last week that it had dismissed Vanderpump Rules stars Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni for a number of race-insensitive actions.
Faith Stowers said that Schroeder, 31, and Doute, 27, called the police and mistakenly told her that she was a black woman whom they had seen in a tabloid and wanted for theft. “I didn’t realize the serious ramifications that could have happened because of my actions,” said Schroeder in an apology on Instagram.
Doubt also said in a statement: “Although my actions were not motivated by race, I am now fully aware of how my privilege blinded me to the reality of the forces’ treatment of the black community the order and the dangerousness of my actions for her. ”
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Boyens and Caprioni’s previous racist tweets were unveiled last winter. “I do not tolerate any of the heinous statements made in the past by Max and Brett and I am glad they understand the seriousness of their crimes and have shown extreme remorse and contrition. I embrace a diverse community and do not tolerate bigotry of any kind. in my workplace, “said Lisa Vanderpump, owner of SUR, in a statement to Us Weekly.
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She added, “As the two have now grown up, they have shown remorse for their previous reckless defamatory statements. I sincerely believe that both have learned the power and the impact of words, and I have every hope that it will be a lifelong lesson as we enter this new decade. “