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Below Deck Adventure’s Kyle arrested in Florida – and posts about the arrest

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Adventure below deck Sailor Kyle Dickard was born at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. after running onto the field during a public sporting event.

Dickard, recently fired Adventure below deck posted footage of the dismantling on Instagram, along with his mug shot.

Dickard captioned the Instagram post How It Started vs. How It Ended. He has been seen climbing over spectators shirtless and holding a red, yellow and blue flag. Dickard jumped onto the field and ran as several security officers tried to catch him. He was eventually attacked after evading capture for several seconds.

According to, the arrest was made on November 19 in Broward County, Florida. Dickard was charged with disorderly conduct, nonviolent resisting arrest and bribing an officer.

Cheb Ravenell out southern charm commented on Dickard’s post. “You savage,” he wrote.

Dickard’s arrest for walking the field probably doesn’t come as a huge surprise to fans. He talked about the “craziest way” he’s shot after building a homemade Squeegee Shotski. “Probably booty chug,” he said in a confessional. “Where you start it on top of the girl’s back and it goes straight into your mouth. There’s a bikini to protect it… so it’s fine.”

On the first one, he also grabbed a jellyfish with his bare hands Adventure below deck charter. He pulled the little jellyfish out of the water and Boatswain Lewis Lupton told him to eat it. Obviously ready to take the risk, he did, much to Lupton’s dismay.

“I was joking,” Lupton said in a confessional. “Who would eat a jellyfish?”

“It wasn’t bad, just salty,” Dickard said.

Dickard essentially resigned Adventure below deck, but only because he had a choice. He kissed Stew Kasie Faddah forcefully. And he later told deckhand and cabinmate Nathan Morley he was going to smack his “pretty face” when Morley complained Dickard didn’t flush the toilet after using it.

Faddah and Morley both spoke to Captain Kerry Titheradge about their encounters with Dickard and shared that they felt unwell, but neither crew member suggested that Titheradge fire him. But Titheredge felt Dickard was going too far.

“Threats of violence are immediate dismissal,” Titheradge said in a confessional. “It’s in your file and if anyone asks if you’ve been fired, I’ll tell them why. And that would seriously hurt your chance of getting another job.” Lupton knew Dickard’s behavior towards other crew members was problematic, but Dickard was the strongest crew member he had.

“I’m a little upset about it; I wanted to save him – you know, he’s the most experienced and I would have liked to see him as a deckhand,” Lupton said of Dickard. “I mentioned to him that he could act more professionally – it’s up to him to lose.”

TIED TOGETHER: “Adventures Below Deck”: Kyle Dickard fired after severe threats and sexual harassment

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