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Pawn Star Says She Was Fired After Porn Past Surfaced

Pawn Star Says She Was Fired After Porn Past Surfaced


Airdate: 01/03/2013

She was a regular on the hit reality show Pawn Stars.

But she says she was fired after her secret life as a porn star was exposed.

Olivia Black appeared in season five of the hit History Channel show.

Black told INSIDE EDITION, "I'm comfortable with being naked."

Her edgy tattoos contrasted her schoolmarm glasses, and the combination made her a standout at the Las Vegas pawn shop where the show was shot.

But then the National Enquirer revealed that 27-year-old Black once posed for a raunchy website.

The magazine said the site is a "notorious soft-core pornographic website" featuring "sizzling pictures and profiles of Goth and Punk young women."

"I'm not ashamed of any of the photographs," said Black.

Ms. Black used the stage name "Belladonna" for her provocative photo shoots.

Right after the details of her lurid past were revealed, she says she got some upsetting news. "I got the phone call from the production company that I wasn't going to be on the show any more. I was in shock, I was stunned. I began to cry".

Olivia may not be on air anymore, but she still works at the pawn shop, which has become a huge tourist attraction in Las Vegas.

She is a fan favorite and when INSIDE EDITION stopped by, she was swamped with people asking her to pose for pictures and sign autographs.

Black has started a petition drive to get back on the show, and insists she has no regrets about those naughty photos.

"If America is OK with it, if they are comfortable with it, then it should OK and it should be allowed to be on the air," said Black.

 


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