Followers reward ‘Under Deck’ stars Captain Jason, Aesha for dealing with of Luke’s sexual incident with Margot

Followers are praising “Under Deck Down Underneath” stars Captain Jason Chambers and chief stew Aesha Scott — plus present producers — for the way in which they dealt with Luke Jones’ nonconsensual sexual incident with Margot Sisson. 

Monday evening’s episode of the Bravo actuality sequence noticed Jones coming into Sisson’s mattress with out garments — or permission — because the stewardess was asleep. 

“Luke, we gotta get you down,” a manufacturing member mentioned. “I gotta get you out of right here as a result of she desires to go to mattress.”

Jones finally went to the door after the sunshine turned on and requested manufacturing, “Are you able to f—ok off for a second?”

Seemingly intoxicated, he then repeatedly slammed the door and held it closed, making an attempt to bar producers from stepping inside to intervene.

Moments later, a disgruntled Jones put a towel over his privates and exited Sisson’s room. He proceeded to his personal bed room, the place he locked himself inside in an obvious try and keep away from his castmates and producers.


Aesha Scott and Captain Jason Chambers
“Under Deck Down Underneath” followers are happy with Captain Jason Chambers and Aesha Scott for the way in which they dealt with an alleged sexual assault that aired in Monday evening’s episode.
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Luke Jones entered Margot Sisson’s mattress with out garments — or permission — because the stewardess was asleep. 
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Scott, who consoled an unnerved Sisson after the incident, shortly alerted Chambers of the scenario and emotionally detailed her personal expertise with sexual assault previous to the present within the course of. 

In response, Chambers instantly compelled Jones to vacate the yacht. The bosun spent the evening at a close-by resort in Cairnes, Australia, and was terminated the following morning. 

“We don’t really know what would have occurred, however being in her mattress bare — and he or she’s obtained no concept — it really makes my pores and skin crawl,” Scott mentioned throughout the episode. “You don’t have any proper to place somebody unconscious into that place.”


Margot Sisson
Producers additionally stepped in to intercept Jones’ actions.
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Viewers have been fast to applaud Chambers, Scott and people working behind the scenes for his or her swift reactions. 

“Final evening was essentially the most highly effective Under Deck I’ve ever seen. Thanks to the Heroes Captain Jason, Aesha, & manufacturing 4 stepping up towards sexual harassment. Aesha prevented the potential sexual assault,” one viewer tweeted.


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“God Bless all 4  bringing this downside to mild #BelowDeckDownUnder.”

Another added, “The #BelowDeckDownUnder producers, Captain Jason, and Aesha gave A MASTERCLASS on prioritizing the security of workers above every thing. Hats off to them.”


Aesha Scott
Scott instantly alerted Chambers of the unnerving incident.
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Another particular person appreciated how Jones’ “poor habits” was met with intolerance. 

“I’ve been watching actuality television virtually my entire life and I’ve *by no means* seen something like tonight’s #BelowDeckDownUnder,” the fan tweeted. 

“In a poisonous trade and a franchise that ignores poor habits by males, it was refreshing to see a girl believed and supported. Capt Jason and Aesha are gems.” 


Captain Jason Chambers
Chambers wasted no time terminating Jones.
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Within the episode, Sisson mentioned that she was “embarrassed” and “unhappy” to have been on the receiving finish of Jones’ actions, however was grateful for all of the assist from the “BDDU” crew. 

“I’m shocked and I’m processing it however I’m truthfully simply, I simply really feel so cherished. It’s a whole lot of totally different feelings directly,” she mentioned in a confessional. 

Chambers, for his half, emphasised that crew members’ cabins are “security [zones].”

“That door is our boundary, that door is to not be opened except it’s consensual,” he elaborated. “To stroll into into another person’s room with out consent, indecent, is my restrict.”

Jones seemingly provided a response for his actions in an Instagram post shared this weekend. 

“It doesn’t Matter what they give thought to you since you don’t Care,” he captioned a photograph of himself lifting up his shirt to indicate off his abs. 

“All the things we hear is an Opinion, Not a Reality. All the things we see is a Perspective. Not the Reality,” he continued. “Take Possession and transfer ahead.” 

Jones didn’t instantly reply to Web page Six’s request for remark.


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“To stroll into into another person’s room with out consent, indecent, is my restrict,” Chambers mentioned of Jones.
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Sisson, for her half, thanked a lot of her “Under Deck” colleagues — together with Chambers and Scott — whereas additionally sharing gratitude for the followers who despatched supportive messages. 

“I wish to say THANK YOU for all the gorgeous messages coming in from the viewers,” she wrote partially Tuesday on her Instagram Story. 

“Every messages is actually scary up my day and warming my coronary heart. I promise you that I’ll learn each single certainly one of them, and I worth every one who has taken the time to achieve out.”


Margot Sisson
Sisson thanked Chambers, Scott and followers for his or her assist through social media.
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Jones wasn’t the one one to lose his job on Monday evening’s episode.

Laura Bileskalne — who defended Jones to Sisson, claiming he was seemingly “solely joking” and is a “sexual individual” — was fired after she tried giving co-star Adam Kodra a therapeutic massage with out consent and for her feedback made to Sisson.

“There’s a giant disconnect now and it’s not the place I would like a part of my staff. You’ve really disrespected what I got down to do,” Chambers mentioned. 

“I understood what you mentioned,” Bileskalne responded, “and I’ll respect it.” 


Aesha Scott and Captain Jason Chambers
One fan described Scott and Chambers as “heroes” for his or her responses to Jones’ ordeal.
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Regardless of calling each her and Jones’ firings “unfair,” Bileskalne mentioned in an Instagram put up per MSN, “My honest apologies to Adam, I didn’t notice I made him really feel uncomfortable and nobody ought to be put in that place.

“And to Margot to not been in a position to empathize. I used to be 29 when the present was filmed, 30 was my life-changer. I’m 31 now and I’m watching it as all of you, an leisure present.”

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

In case you or somebody you already know is affected by any of the problems raised on this story, name the Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-330-0226.