Captain Sandy Yawn Fires Alissa Humber For Being  Disrespectful: ‘That Was a F—k You to My Face’

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Captain Sandy Yawn Fires Alissa Humber For Being  Disrespectful: ‘That Was a F—k You to My Face’

Captain Sandy Yawn fired Alissa Humber while filling in for Captain Lee during season 10.

“Yesterday was the [last] straw for me. Your insubordination and lack of respect is insurmountable,” the Below Deck Mediterranean star, 57, told the stew during a new episode of the hit Bravo series, which aired on Monday, February 20. “Alissa, when you said, ‘Yes Sandy. I mean Captain Sandy.’ That was a f—k you to my face. No matter what job you work in, respect for hierarchy is a must. I am letting you go.”

Captain Sandy Yawn

Alissa displayed disrespectful behavior towards Captain Sandy that led to her dismissal — “It never feels good to fire a crew member. You’re ending their income. As a captain, I have to make the hard decisions and I have to live with them.”

Despite her disappointment, Alissa accepted the decision and left St. David immediately. In the meantime, Ben Willoughby announced the news to Camille Lamb after she was fired earlier this season.

“I’ve been vindicated. I have always seen [Alissa] be — for lack of a better term — awful. And she’s shown her face. I am satisfied that people got to see what I saw,” the former Below Deck star shared in a confessional, referring to her onscreen feud with Alissa. “Hashtag Justice for Camille.”

Later in the episode, Captain Sandy received a call from Captain Lee Rosbach about his plans to come back. Captain Lee temporarily handed over his responsibilities to Captain Sandy to deal with health issues. But the OG Below Deck star publicly questioned Sandy’s leadership.

“So I found out after the fact that she fired one of my crew, not before. Ok?” Lee tweeted in January after Camille’s departure aired. “[Camille] deserved what she got. That was never my issue. So many people can’t see that, and I’m sorry for that. I didn’t want [Sandy] to ask permission, just wanted the update, that quick call you mentioned, good manners.”

Captain Lee Rosbach

He added: “She did it on tv in front of how many people with out [SIC] consulting me. That doesn’t sound very private to me at all.”

While Lee was absent, Sandy was responsible for overseeing the crew. “He’s in the hospital. Who’s gonna call and say, ‘Can I fire Camille?’ Never in a million years would I do that,” she explained on SiriusXM’s Reality Checked earlier this month. “But what I did was give him a courtesy call saying, ‘By the way, I did fire her. You almost had a mutiny on your boat because of her.’”

Captain Sandy Yawn

At the time, Sandy said her Bravo colleague was “definitely not acting” his age at the time.

“I called him and said, ‘Come back to your boat.’ Because I had a girlfriend that was going to have surgery. Like, I didn’t step on there to take over a show,” she concluded. “I don’t want two shows. I like the Mediterranean. Are you kidding me? I like the Mediterranean.”

Below Deck airs on Bravo, Mondays, at 8 p.m. ET.


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