Captain Lee ‘mortified’ by fired ‘Under Deck’ stars Luke and Laura’s ‘despicable’ consent scandal

Captain Lee Rosbach was “mortified” watching “Under Deck Down Below” stars Luke Jones and Laura Bileskalne’s nonconsensual actions towards different crew members.

“Their conduct was despicable. Each of them,” Rosbach informed Us Weekly Thursday. “And I’m positive they’ll be paying the value for it for a very long time to return. As they need to.”

The longtime “Under Deck” captain, 73, additionally shared how “impressed” he was with Captain Jason Chambers, chief stew Aesha Scott and the Bravo actuality present’s manufacturing crew for “not getting rattled” and dealing with each incidents “calmly.”

“I don’t know if I might have had the wherewithal to stay as calm as Captain Jason did, however he actually stepped as much as the plate and did it proper,” Rosbach mentioned, including that he’s “grateful” he by no means handled an identical scenario onboard.


Captain Lee Rosbach was “mortified” by “Under Deck Down Below” stars Luke Jones and Laura Bileskalne’s “despicable” consent scandal.
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“Their conduct was despicable,” the longtime captain informed Us Weekly.
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Rosbach mentioned he was “impressed” with chief stew Aesha Scott and Captain Jason Chambers.
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Rosbach, who has spent greater than three many years as a superyacht captain, acknowledged that Chambers, 50, and Scott, 31, had been in a “robust spot,” however mentioned they “dealt with it fantastically.”

“I believe [the fans’] response is justified and their reward for not solely manufacturing however for Aesha and for Captain Jason as nicely,” he added. “They all stepped as much as the plate and did the proper factor on the acceptable time and didn’t let something get carried away, didn’t put it on the again burner, didn’t cowl it up. They simply handled it appropriately.”

In Monday’s episode, Jones, 32, walked into stewardess Margot Sisson’s room and crawled into her prime bunk mattress with out garments — or her permission — whereas she was was asleep.


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“They all stepped as much as the plate and did the proper factor on the acceptable time and didn’t let something get carried away,” Rosbach defined.
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“Luke, we gotta get you down,” a manufacturing member instantly mentioned whereas intervening. “I gotta get you out of right here as a result of she desires to go to mattress.”

Jones grew to become upset with the producer for interrupting him and stormed towards the door whereas demanding, “Are you able to f—okay off for a second?”

He then grew to become extra irritated and slammed the door whereas making an attempt to cease producers from strolling inside earlier than leaving and going into his personal bed room, the place he locked the door in an try to keep away from producers and his castmates.


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Jones crawled into Margot Sisson’s bunk mattress with out garments — or permission — whereas she was was asleep.
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Captain Jason Chambers posing on a boat
Each Chambers and Scott instantly stepped in, and Chambers compelled Jones off the boat that night time.
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Scott shortly went to test on Sisson after which crammed in Chambers on what had occurred. Chambers instantly unlocked Jones’ door and compelled him to go away the boat that night time. He was fired the morning after.

That very same morning, Bileskalne, 31, talked with Sisson and defended Jones’ actions, saying he was “solely joking” and she or he wished he had performed that to her.

Previous to the dialog, Bileskalne additionally tried to present deckhand Adam Kodra a therapeutic massage with out his consent.


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Bileskalne was additionally fired when she defended Jones’ actions.
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Chambers fired her later that day for having “disrespected” each himself and the crew members.


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Viewers have flooded social media with reward for manufacturing, Scott and Chambers for the way in which they dealt with the ordeal.

Bileskalne has since apologized to Kodra and admitted she was “not in a position to empathize” with Sisson the way in which she ought to have.


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Sisson has since thanked the Bravo followers for his or her love and assist.
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Nevertheless, Jones shared a since-deleted Instagram publish during which he mentioned he doesn’t “care” and what followers noticed was “not the reality.”

In the meantime, Scott, Chambers and Sisson have all taken to social media to specific their gratitude for the outpouring of assist and love from followers.

“Under Deck Down Below” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo. New episodes can be found to stream the subsequent day on Peacock.