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Eddie Lucas says he was 'not invited back' for season 10 and says Below Deck stars aren't paid well

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Eddie Lucas of Below Deck fame is dishing on the series after revealing he will not be returning for the show's 10th season.The reality TV star, 37, discussed his unceremonious exit from the series in an interview with the New York Post.'I was not invited back to do another season,' he said. 'I actually didn’t even get a phone call from them saying they hired someone else — which kind of goes to show what the production entails.

Everyone on Below Deck is expendable.' Opening up:Eddie Lucas of Below Deck fame is dishing on the series after revealing he won't return for the show's tenth seasonLucas also discussed the salaries on the show.'There is somebody monetizing off of the show, but it’s definitely not us, ' Lucas said. 'Below Deck — regardless of it being the most popular show on Bravo — we are the lowest-paid cast members.' He continued, 'While we do get paid better than a normal yachtie, of course, we are still not getting paid what people like the Housewives are making, which is a little frustrating, because they’re not really working — they’re just going out to dinner and fighting.' In-depth interview:The reality show star, 37, discussed his unceremonious exit from the series in an interview with the New York Post Not getting paid big bucks:'There is somebody monetizing off of the show, but it’s definitely not us, ' Lucas said.(l-r) Ben Robinson, C.J.

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