Below Deck Down Under is losing yet another cast member.
11.08.2023 - 03:11 / usmagazine.com
Captain Lee Rosbach is “mortified” by the actions that led to Luke Jones and Laura Bileskalne’s firing on season 2 of Below Deck Down Under.
“Their behavior was despicable,” Lee, 73, exclusively tells Us Weekly. “Both of them. And I’m sure they’ll be paying the price for it for a long time to come. As they should.”
During back-to-back episodes of the Bravo series that aired on Monday, August 7, Luke, 32, came under fire when he climbed into Margot Sisson’s bed naked after the power went out on the yacht. Producers stepped in after Luke tried to make a move on Margot and he was later sent to a hotel before being fired by Captain Jason Chambers the next day.
“We had an incident last night and I want to stress that this is a place where we respect each other. Our cabin is our safety zone. That door is our boundary,” Jason told the crew. “That door is not to be opened unless it is consensual. To walk into someone else’s room without consent [while] indecent is my limit.”
Luke wasn’t the only crew member sent packing on Monday’s episode. Laura also found herself in hot water for defending his actions, which prompted Chief Stew Aesha Scott to tell Jason, 50, about Laura’s own lack of boundaries with costar Adam Kodra. When Adam confirmed that he felt uncomfortable around her, Laura was also let go. (She has since issued an apology to both Adam and Margot.)
Lee, who watched the episode as a viewer, tells Us he was “impressed” with production, Captain Jason and Chief Stew Aesha for “not getting rattled” and instead handling the incident “calmly.” He believes Jason “absolutely” made the right decision — and isn’t sure he would have kept his composure if faced with the same situation.
“I don’t know if I would have had
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