People in the public were surprised to hear that Olivia Black was fired by a pawn shop after racy photos of her surfaced online.
'Pawn Stars' shop runs a reality television show on the History Channel.
Olivia Black's employment record for 'Pawn Stars' shows that she was a hard working employee who showed up to work on time every day.
She reportedly worked for a website in 2008 before she started working at the pawn shop about a year ago.
She has no hard feelings for her former coworkers who like to portray themselves as mafiosi and gangster bikers.
A&E Networks who host the "Pawn Star" show had no comment on Black's dismissal.
"The owners of that pawn shop are ruled by primitive instincts and they allow their wild natural to guide their decisions," said Don Staley, a member of the public.
The pawn shop is synonymous for making dicey decisions. They reportedly got hit with a $5 million lawsuit in early December by talent agency Venture IAB.
The talent agency claims in the 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.
Greedy executive owners for the pawn shop convinced minor cast members to end their deal with Venture IAB because they were concerned those cast members might become megastars who could profit from their celebrity status.
This resulted in the loss of millions of dollars in income for the agency who had set up big movie deals and modeling contracts for cast members.