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Below Deck Star Alissa Humber Reacts To Being Fired; May Not Go To Reunion

And then there were three. Alissa Humber’s surprise termination on the latest episode of Below Deck left the interior crew down a member, with a very demanding group on board. And the second stew was stellar at mixing drinks and generally wonderful at her job. So the question of justification arose as well as comparisons between her firing to that of deck/stew Camille Lamb.

If the perceived slight of calling the captain by her first name was indeed intentional, Captain Sandy Yawn could have let it slide or given Alissa a warning. Multiple pep talks by Captain Sandy and chief stew Fraser Olender were bestowed on Camille. She stuck around for three plus charters with her bad attitude. So why the double standard?

Alissa has negative emotions towards her firing and took to social media to voice her truth. The post has since been deleted. And according to RealityBlurb!, she may not even “show up” to the Below Deck reunion.

“If I don’t show up for the reunion (I became extremely unhealthy mentally during and following the show) this is what I would’ve harped on,” Alissa posted.

Some fans are rallying to Alissa’s defense and questioning whether her speedy termination had anything to do with bias. The Florida native shared a select comment from a follower who suggested that.

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 The fan wrote, “It’s crazy that Camille could speak to [Fraser Olender], Ross [McHarg], and Rachel [Hargrove] disrepectfully and not do her job plus drink expensive client alcohol but gets fifty-eleven changes. But Sandy … trying to find a problem with the interior crew [before] you stick up for them and it’s immediate insubordination and you get let go… I’m tired of ppl saying race isn’t a factor on these shows.”

Another contradiction was the manner in which Camille exited the boat versus Alissa. Why was Alissa so closely guarded after leaving the bridge? She certainly didn’t have the “luxury of gallivanting around the boat after” as Camille did.

Many fans are not happy with Sandy’s management style in general. This follower labeled the environment as “toxic,” and called Camille “someone who was actually insubordinate.”

And Alissa was, frankly, wonderful at her job so there was certainly no valid complaint on that front. The post concluded, “You were never given the opportunity to reset. And I’m sorry for you and all the black people in these environments who go through the same thing.”

Alissa finished her social media activity by responding to someone who asked if she would ever join OnlyFans. She responded, “Y’all f**king wish. Not happening.”

A broken heart emoji summed up Alissa’s feelings at the end of the post.


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