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Olivia Black: 'Pawn Stars' Reality Starlet Fired For Nude Photos From Her Past As A Porn Star.

Olivia Black, one of the starlets of The History Channel's "Pawn Stars," was reportedly fired after her past as a porn star resurfaced and nude photos circulated on the Internet.

"Well s**t....I was just fired," 27-year-old Black posted on Facebook, along with a report ( from Radar Online of her dismissal from the show.

"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."

Radar reported the nude photos of her racy past as a porn star were printed in the National Enquirer which led to her firing from Las Vegas' Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. ( The Enquirer reported Black worked for the porn website in 2008 before working at the pawn store a year ago. She posed for photos under the name "Belladonna" in lacy lingerie which showed off her tattoos.

The photos appeared in the Dec. 24, 2012 print edition of the National Enquirer as well as ( censored editions online .

But it appears the reality starlet is moving on just fine.

"The tear[s] have dried and the smiles have returned, I'm fortunate to have worked for 'Pawn Stars' at all," she tweeted Wednesday. " It is of no fault of the guys. I still adore my bosses fully!!!"

But this isn't all the drama for "Pawn Stars," which is in its sixth season. In October, the cast was sued by former manager Wayne Jefferies over an alleged breach of contract.

Then earlier this month, the show was fined for trashing a campsite over Thanksgiving weekend.

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Date:Dec 20, 2012
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