Below Deck Stew Camille Lamb is fired by Captain Sandy Yawn for partying

Below Deck Stew Camille Lamb is fired by Captain Sandy Yawn for partying

Camille Lamb, stew below decks, is fired by Captain Sandy Yawn in the final episode after boozy parties keep her from her duties

Below Deck fans say goodbye to stew Camille Lamb after she got the boot on Monday night’s episode of the Bravo reality series.

Camille was fired by interim captain Sandy Yawn after drinking at work and partying all night before a big day.

Her shot followed a blow out fight she had with another stew, Alissa Humber.

“I don’t know how many more chances I can give,” a frustrated Chief Stew Fraser Olender vented in a confessional after being forced to reveal Camille’s behavior to E! News.

Fired: Stew Camille Lamb is outside on Below Deck after Captain Sandy Yawn threw her off St. David’s on Monday’s episode of the Bravo reality series

Despite being willing to call Camille, Fraser admitted he still had a crush on her.

“I have hope in people, and no one ever believed in me, and I’ve turned things around for myself. So I feel like I can see a little bit of that in everyone. So I’ll still give it a chance,” he continued.

But Camille seemed disrespectful to her colleagues as she relaxed with a large drink while the rest of the crew struggled to get the ship ready a day ahead of a new charter.

“You don’t drink at work, Camille,” Fraser said when he confronted her. “Come on baby, it’s not a holiday. Ridiculous.’

Letting go: Captain Sandy released Camille after drinking on the job while not finishing her work to prepare for the next day's charter;  Seen January 12th in NYC

Letting go: Captain Sandy released Camille after drinking on the job while not finishing her work to prepare for the next day’s charter; Seen January 12th in NYC

Bad timing: Camille was also on thin ice after having a screaming match with fellow stewmaker Alissa Humber earlier in the season, leaving guests who witnessed it uncomfortable

Bad timing: Camille was also on thin ice after having a screaming match with fellow stewmaker Alissa Humber earlier in the season, leaving guests who witnessed it uncomfortable

The deranged stew’s “small glass of champagne” was the final straw when it came to Camille’s future on the ship, as Fraser added that it “simply shows there’s really no concern or willingness to get the job done.”

To make matters worse, the St David’s cabins hadn’t been properly made up, but Camille felt she still had time to drink.

She also seemed set for failure on the day of the charter, as she continued drinking and partying late into the night in her cabin, suggesting she was unlikely to be properly prepared the next day.

“I love the girl but she doesn’t do the job,” said an annoyed Fraser.

When he spoke to Captain Sandy about Camille’s behavior, she agreed that the stew became a distraction for St. David.

“Tired of hearing from Camille,” the caption complained. “She is the common denominator in all of this. Great girl, great personality but at the same time we have to do what is best for the boat.”

Unprepared: Chief Stew Fraser Olender caught Camille drinking, then noted she partied in her room late into the night before the charter was due to begin

Unprepared: Chief Stew Fraser Olender caught Camille drinking, then noted she partied in her room late into the night before the charter was due to begin

Camille didn’t seem to see her impeachment coming until she was called to the bridge for Captain Sandy to give her her migrant papers.

“Oh my God no! For real?’ she said after hearing the news.

“I’ll let you go this morning,” Sandy continued.

Camille was already on thin ice after Captain Sandy had to break them up and Alissa Humber had to stew after the two started yelling at each other in front of obviously uncomfortable guests chartering the boat.

“That can never happen on a boat that I drive,” Sandy said as she faced Camille over dinner after the showdown. “You’ll both be fired if that ever happens again.”

It's final:

It’s final: “I’ll let you go this morning,” Captain Sandy told her after calling her onto the bridge of the St. David. She previously threatened to fire her over the argument with Alissa