Camille Lamb’s experience on “Below Deck” started off well but soon encountered problems. She was given two roles, but she struggled to do well in either one. Captain Sandy Yawn noticed Lamb’s difficulties and decided to change her role to focus only on interior duties. Unfortunately, Lamb’s performance didn’t improve, and she often clashed with her coworker Alissa Humber.
Below Deck: Camille Lamb’s Curt Exchange with Alissa Humber Stirs Below Deck Controversy
Things got worse when Camille Lamb was heard being rude to Humber over the radio. Captain Sandy noticed this and gave Lamb a serious warning. But Lamb’s behavior didn’t improve. She was caught drinking while working, which is against the rules.
Lamb’s departure from the show was dramatic. She accused the producers of setting her up, saying that the way she was presented on the show wasn’t fair. Despite these accusations, both Fraser Olender and Captain Sandy stood by the decision to let her go. Olender, in particular, found it difficult to fire Lamb because they were friends off-screen.
Below Deck: Captain Sandy Yawn Defends Tough Decision on Camille Lamb’s Departure
Interestingly, Lamb and Olender still have a friendly relationship after the show. Olender believes that Lamb’s true self wasn’t shown on the show.
Captain Sandy remains firm in her decision to let Lamb go. She believes it was necessary for the crew and the overall dynamics on board. Although they’re not close friends, Captain Sandy supports Lamb’s future in the industry.
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