“Pawn Stars” and porn pics apparently don’t mix.
Gold and Silver Pawn Shop employee Olivia Black was reportedly fired from the store after nude photos of her surfaced online.
“Well s**t....I was just fired,” the 27-year-old posted on Facebook.
Black then posted a link to a Radar Online article about her dismissal that states her firing came after photos were printed in the National Enquirer that revealed her racy past. Black reportedly worked for the soft-core porn website SuicideGirls.com back in 2008 before she started working at the pawn shop about a year ago.
But it seems she has no hard feelings toward her former coworkers.
“Nay, sadly this is not a joke....I no longer work for Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, it has been a whirlwind of a year, and now I must move on,” she wrote on Facebook. “Just as simple as downsizing. It is of no fault of the guys. I still adore my bosses fully!!!”
Wednesday it seemed as though she was moving on after she tweeted, “The tear[s] have dried and the smiles have returned, I'm fortunate to have worked for ‘Pawn Stars’ at all."
Now, it seems she is backtracking.
"I wanted to take the time to let everyone know, I posted the links about me being let go because I thought the stories were funny. I am in no way shape or form stating that is the reason I was let go," she posted on Facebook Thursday, according to an E! report. "I hope you all have a glorious day!!!!! Thank you for all of the love and support!"
And while Black tweeted and Facebooked several reports that her reportedly R-rated past was the reason for her dismissal, she seemed to backtrack Thursday. "I wanted to take the time to let everyone know, I posted the links about me being let go because I thought the stories were funny. I am in no way shape or form stating that is the reason I was let go," she posted on Facebook. "I hope you all have a glorious day!!!!! Thank you for all of the love and support!"
The History Channel had no comment. Requests to sister network A&E and Black for comment were not immediately returned.
Talent agency Venture IAB made claims in a lawsuit that they signed on to represent the cast of “Pawn Stars” back in 2007 and 2009 and were terminated after the show hit the air. In the suit, posted on The Hollywood Reporter, the agency alleges six months after the show hit the air, two “Pawn Star” executives convinced the cast to end their deal with Venture.
This resulted in the loss of millions of dollars in income, the talent agency claimed.
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