Captain Sandy Just Fired One Below Deck Season 10 Crew Member

One Below Deck crew member is setting sail and heading home following lots of onboard drama. Find out which star was let go by Captain Sandy Yawn on the Bravo series' Jan. 16 episode.

By Brett Malec Jan 17, 2023 2:00 AMTags
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One Below Deck crew member's voyage is getting cut short.

After multiple warnings about her work ethic and an explosive fight with fellow stew Alissa Humber, season 10 stew Camille Lamb was fired by interim Captain Sandy Yawn on the Bravo series' Jan. 16 episode.

The decision came after Chief Stew Fraser Olender was forced to once again chastise Camille for slacking on the job.

"I don't know how many more chances I can give," he said in a confessional, later adding, "I have hope in people, and no one believed in me, ever, and I turned things around for myself. So I feel like I can see a little bit of that in everyone. So I always will give another chance."

His generosity changed though when he caught Camille drinking the day before their next charter as the rest of the crew was hard at work prepping.

"You don't drink on the job, Camille," he told her. "Come on, babe, it's not a holiday. Ridiculous."

"Seeing Camille come out with a pint-size glass of champagne," he added in a confessional, "just goes to show there's truly no care or willingness to do the job."

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Fraser informed her the cabins weren't prepared properly or up to standards, so there's no excuse for her taking a boozy break. "If they can't play a role in supporting the bigger picture," he later stated in a confessional, "then they have no role on the St. David."

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Later that night, Camille raged in her cabin into the wee hours of the morning, forcing Fraser to admit to himself, "I love the girl, but she's not doing the job."

The next morning, Fraser informed Captain Sandy of Camille's "final straw." "To me, I'm tired of hearing about Camille," Sandy agreed. "She's the common denominator in all of this. Great girl, great personality, but at the same time, we have to do what's best for the boat."

Sandy called Camille to the ship's bridge to break the news. "This is not easy for me," Sandy said, to which Camille replied, "Oh my god, no! Really?"

"I'm letting you go this morning," Sandy revealed.

See how the rest of Camille's firing plays out next week when Below Deck airs Monday at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

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