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'Below Deck's Caroline Bedol Feared Assault By Brother In Violent Domestic Fight

//Below Deck Caroline Bedol Feared Assault By Brother In Violent Fight PP

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:34 a.m. ET

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Below Deck's Caroline Bedol once feared assault by her brother in a violent domestic fight at her family's Connecticut home, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

A police report obtained by Radar explained that, in February 2017, the reality star locked herself in her bedroom in a desperate attempt to hide from her "very angry" brother, Joshua Bedol.

According to the report, the 2017 fight broke out after Caroline's brother allegedly returned home and learned she had not been evicted by their mother out of a Westport, Connecticut home the family shared. According to the report, Joshua was packing up his items in an effort to leave.

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According to the report, a second victim of Joshua's claimed to police that Caroline's brother began "yelling" at the television star and "threatened to break everything in the house" if the second victim did not help him pack up his things.

Caroline grew "so fearful" of her brother that she "locked herself in her bedroom" for the "first time," the report stated.

Joshua then "kicked the door" to Caroline's room as she was inside of it, causing it to crack, according to the report.

The police learned that Caroline and Joshua "admittedly have a very bad relationship," the document explained.

During the fight, Caroline attempted to call 911 but Joshua "took her cell phone away" after learning she was calling the police.

The domestic dispute resulted in police arresting Joshua for disorderly conduct, criminal mischief in the third degree and interfering with a 911 call, the report stated.

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READ THE SHOCKING POLICE REPORT

Joshua's handcuffs were "double locked" by police, according to the police report. He was held on a $1,000 bond.

The report explained Caroline was "visibly shaken up" when describing the incident to police.

According to police paperwork, Caroline was awarded a protective order against her brother days later. However, the Connecticut court where the order was served does not have any records on file as of Wednesday and it is unclear what happened in the case.

As Radar readers know, this is not the first time police have responded to Caroline's family residence for an issue. The TV star's mother, Patricia, was once declared a missing person and suicidal.

Plus, the vessel stewardess was recently hit with an arrest warrant after skipping a court appearance over her dog's vicious attack on another canine.

Caroline did not respond to Radar's request for comment.

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