Chef Mathew Shea from Below Deck Mediterranean recently been set up about the tension between him and his chap crew members, which made him to leave the boat on the July 26 bout. After the charter clients deviate from the boat, Chef Mathew couldn’t just waiting blow off some steam during the crew’s night out. However, things took a turn for the worst, and Mathew left the dinner so enraged that he packed up his substance and left the vessel behind.
Since the onlookers firstly gratified Mathew on the premiere episode of the season, he has always been a bit of a wild card. He participated the craft aroused to was at work and organize brand-new dishes for all of the charter guests coming on board this season. After Mathew bumped his knee, he started to get in his head and his anxiety kicked in. He began worrying about the regime of his knee, which realise his attitude spiraling. He eventually left the boat to get his knee checked out, leaving the crew without a chef. Thankfully, Mathew was only away for one dinner and came right back to cooking when he returned.
On the most recent Below Deck Med episode, Chef Mathew left the boat after some hostility with the crew at dinner. “They can find some f ** ker to do their s ** t. Good luck. You’ll have some f ** king a ** excavation cook now, ” he said to the chief officer while also affecting several product cameras on his way out( via Us Weekly ). The outburst took place after Mathew observed himself at odds with Courtney Veale, Malia White, and Katie Flood when they reached their breaking point with his oversharing at dinner. The chef went back to the boat, bundled all of his trash, and left. The crew noticed his bed was empty but did not realize he left, as the rest of the gang had their own individual engages with the second stew, Lexi Wilson.
In an exclusive interrogation with Us Weekly earlier this month, the chef discovered leaving the boat during the first episode “was the best thing I could have done for my mental health.” He contributed, “I was in pain and having a full-blown panic attack, you are familiar with? And there were cameras in my face. It really[ was] a lot.” When the group returned, however, Mathew felt the tension thriving between him and his castmates. He knew they had issues with him and the dinner fiasco was the icing on the cake. “I abandoned the first day … and then, like, I obviously bothered them at this dinner, ” he illustrated. “There was a lot of tension […] and sometimes you precisely need to remove yourself from bad situations.” Even though Chef Mathew leap carried twice, he still considered this crew a group of “really lovely people.”
While it is still unclear whether or not Mathew will return to the ship, it seems the gang has a bigger issue on their hands. The Lexi versus everyone else fight came out of nowhere after the crew returned to the boat and totally took the focus off of Mathew. Nonetheless, next week’s episode will likely address whether or not both Mathew and Lexi will still be part of the crew.
Below Deck Mediterranean airs Mondays at 9 pm ET on Bravo.
Sources: Us Weekly
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