Below Deck Down Under star Laura Bileskalne doesn’t regret Bravo show

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WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Below Deck Down Under. 

Below Deck Down Under star Laura Bileskalne has no regrets when it comes to featuring on the second season, despite getting fired.

The Bravo spin-off made a comeback for its second outing earlier this year with a new crew working under Captain Jason Chambers around Australia on the Northern Sun.

Among those was stewardess Laura Bileskane, who was seen making inappropriate advances to her fellow crew mate Adam Kodra.

When questioned by Captain Jason on what she had been doing, Adam admitted to feeling uncomfortable which prompted the former to fire Laura.

She was the second to be sent packing after Luke Jones climbed into Margot Sisson’s bed naked when she was trying to sleep after a drunken night.

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After the incident aired on Bravo, Laura posted a public apology, writing:” My sincere apologies to Adam, I did not realize I made him feel uncomfortable and no one should be put in that position,’ she wrote in a post.

“And to Margot to not been able to empathize. I was 29 when the show was filmed, 30 was my life-changer.

“I am 31 now and I am watching it as all of you, an entertainment show.”

She then made her Instagram account private but it has been reported that Laura has recently taken to social media to explain why she doesn’t regret appearing on Below Deck Down Under.

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According to Dexter, Laura wrote on her Instagram Stories: “With all the false accusations, people ask me if I regret going on the show?

“And my answer is NO! I learned so much about myself and about people in general.

“It did boost my self esteem by seeing how obnoxious a great amount of people are and realizing that I have nothing on them made me feel good about myself.”

“Some time ago it was kind of hard to believe when people told me ‘Hang in and you will see, everything happens for a reason.’ But now I do. Grateful for all the attention — good and bad.”

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The latest series may have been filled with controversial moments but there is plenty more to come from the spin-off.

Below Deck Down Under has already been given the green light for a third outing by Bravo.

An official return date hasn’t been confirmed but it is expected to begin in early-mid 2024.

Below Deck Down Under is available to watch on Bravo.

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