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Connecticut police are claiming that they believe that Caroline Bedol, from Bravo's Below Deck, was suicidal.

The Norwalk, Connecticut Police Department was called to do a "welfare check" on the Below Deck star after she posted what hey are calling a "suicidal tweet."

It was Caroline;s loved ones that reportedly called the police, after they saw the troubling social media message on Twitter. 

Radar Online spoke with the police, who confirmed that they checked in on Caroline. "The Southhold Town Police department requested a welfare check on Caroline Bedol," Officer Vidal Gonez told Radar. The officer added, “were able to make contact with her and advised us that she was ok.”

Caroline's Twitter message said ‘I’m depressed, I’m not ok, it’s over, not going to be around.” She has since deleted the tweet.

Caroline was recently kicked off the Below Deck reunion show - when she bashed Bravo in a wild rant. She had been feuding with the cast and crew all season.

According to the Bravo TV blog in November:

Not only did Captain Lee Rosbach give Chandler Brooks a plane ticket home after things didn’t quite work out with the bosun, but Caroline Bedol also gave her “two days’ notice” that she would be leaving the boat. Chief Stew Kate Chastain told The Daily Dish in advance of the episode airing that she wasn’t prepared for Caroline’s departure. “No, literally, that day when she got back from the doctor, she was like, ‘Thank you so much for being such a great chief stew and always letting me go to the doctor.’ I remember being like, ‘Thank you, I’m so glad you said that,’” Kate explained. “So then, she quits in front of the entire crew, humiliates us. I was literally shocked because she had told me something so different.”