Chief Stew Fraser Olender, Alissa’s manager and close friend aboard the St. David, gave his own take on Sandy’s ruling.
“Yes there was attitude, but equally she was great at her job, so I am worried that we’ve got a charter in a matter of hours,” he said in a confessional. “But I feel like Captain Sandy had given me a second chance here. Let’s use this opportunity to turn this whole thing around.”
In her confessional, Alissa stated she felt like a “scapegoat,” adding, “I’m the only person to have the balls to speak up and defend our team besides Fraser. It’s impossible to replace Fraser, so she had to get the next best thing and that’s me.”
One person who was happy about the news? Camille, who got a call from boyfriend Ben Willoughby telling her that her former rival had also been let go.
“I’ve been vindicated,” Camille said proudly. “I was always seeing her for a lack of a better term be awful and she’s shown her face. I’m satisfied that people got to see what I saw. Hashtag justice for Camille.”
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