Below Deck stew Camille Lamb is fired by Captain Sandy Yawn on latest episode after boozy partying keeps her from her duties
Below Deck fans are bidding stew Camille Lamb farewell after she got the boot on Monday night’s episode of the Bravo reality series.
Camille was fired by interim Captain Sandy Yawn after she drank on the job and spent a nigh partying ahead of a big day.
Her firing followed a blow-out fight she had with another stew, Alissa Humber.
‘I don’t know how many more chances I can give,’ vented a frustrated Chief Stew Fraser Olender in a confessional interview after he was forced to call out Camille’s behavior, via E! News.
Fired: Stew Camille Lamb is out on Below Deck after Captain Sandy Yawn kicked her off the St. David on Monday’s episode of the Bravo reality series
Even though he was willing to call out Camille, Fraser admitted he still had a fondness for her.
‘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,’ he continued.
But Camille seemed to show disrespected toward her coworkers when she unwinded with a large drink even as the rest of the crew was toiling to ready the ship a day before a new charter.
‘You don’t drink on the job, Camille,’ Fraser said as he confronted her. ‘Come on, babe, it’s not a holiday. Ridiculous.’
Letting loose: Captain Sandy fired Camille after she drank on the job while not completing her work to prepare for the following day’s charter; seen January 12 in NYC
Bad timing: Camille was also on thin ice after she had a shouting match with fellow stew Alissa Humber earlier in the season, which made guests who witnessed it uncomfortable
The troubled stew’s ‘pint-size glass of champagne’ was the last straw when it came to Camille’s future on the vessel, as Fraser added that it ‘just goes to show there’s truly no care or willingness to do the job.’
Making matters worse was that the St. David’s cabins had not been properly prepared, yet Camille still felt she had time to imbibe.
She seemed to be setting herself up for failure on the day of the charter as well, as she continued drinking and partying in her cabin late into the night, indicating that she likely would not be properly prepared the following day.
‘I love the girl, but she’s not doing the job,’ said an exasperated Fraser.
When he spoke to Captain Sandy about Camille’s behavior, she was in agreement that the stew was becoming a distraction for the St. David.
‘I’m tired of hearing about Camille,’ complained the caption. ‘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.’
Not prepared: Chief Stew Fraser Olender caught Camille drinking, then noticed that she partied in her room late into the night before the charter was supposed to start
Camille didn’t seem to see her ouster coming prior to be called to the bridge for Captain Sandy to give her her walking papers.
‘Oh my god, no! Really?’ she said after hearing the news.
‘I’m letting you go this morning,’ Sandy continued.
Camille was already on thin ice after Captain Sandy had to separate her and stew Alissa Humber after the two started shouting at each other in front of obviously uncomfortable guests chartering the boat.
‘That can never happen on a boat that I’m running,’ Sandy said as she confronted Camille over a meal after the showdown. ‘You both will be fired if that ever happens again.’
It’s final: ‘I’m letting you go this morning,’ Captain Sandy told her after summoning her to the bridge of the St. David. She previously threatened to fire her over the fight with Alissa