Camille Lamb Slams Captain Lee Rosbach and Questions If He’s ‘Lost His Mind’ After He Called Her Out Over Behavior on Below Deck

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Captain Lee Rosbach Slams Camille Lamb Over Behavior on Below Deck, See Camille’s Fiery Response Amid Backlash From Fans

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Camille Lamb may have bitten off more than she could chew on the latest episode of Below Deck, and it did not go unnoticed by Captain Lee Rosbach

Camille is the first-ever deckhand/stew combination position to grace any Below Deck franchise, and she’s been divisive among fans. From getting into it with second stew Alissa Humber over how to properly stock a fridge to an exponential amount of complaining, Camille hit a new breaking point on Monday night’s episode.

Camille spent much of the episode in frustration and tears over her not wanting to spend as much time in the interior as she does on the deck. She also repeatedly pushed back at her higher-ranking crew.

Captain Lee, who regularly live tweets during episodes, recently stepped away from the boat as captain due to health concerns, but that didn’t stop him from speaking his mind.

“Of all the things you’ve lost Camille, you miss your mind the most. Your behavior, from what I’m seeing is not at all what I would expect nor tolerate,” Captain Lee tweeted.

Upon seeing his tweets, Camille clapped back on her Instagram Stories with an accusation of her own, recalling an incident that allegedly happened at the Below Deck premiere.

“Have you lost your mind? I’m a 24-year-old trying to figure out life, you just made it that more difficult. You know … I thought the exact same thing when you joked about dragging your d*** through whiskey glass in front of a crowd of people at the premiere. My exact thought was of all the things you’ve lost Lee, you miss your mind the most. Get real and get off Twitter with that bull.”

The two’s interaction comes after Camille previously called Captain Lee a “softie” and claimed that he “loves her,” but that seems to be up for debate now.

“I think he’s a really good mentor to a lot of people. And I think if he says he doesn’t like me, I don’t think that’s true. I think he loves me,” Camille told Showbiz Cheat Sheet.

Season 10 of Below Deck is currently airing Monday nights at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.