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Olivia Black Back With Suicide Girls? 'Pawn Stars' Star In NSFW Photoshoot

By Staff Reporter on December 26, 2012 4:18 PM EST 0

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Olivia Black is back working for the Suicide Girls website after being fired from "Pawn Stars." (Photo: Pawn Stars Wiki)

Olivia Black, the "Pawn Stars" star who was fired for nude photographs she took back in 2008, is reportedly back working with SuicideGirls.com, the website that posted the photos in question.

As we previously reported, Olivia Black was fired from the History Channel series after NSFW photos from Suicide Girls were leaked by the National Enquirer.

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"Olivia doesn't talk about her porn past, but all the guys and the crew know about it and have seen her photos," a source told The Enquirer at the time. "It's one of the best-kept secrets from viewers."

And apparently, that porn past has now become her porn present as well. Black admitted to Fox News that she was recently contacted by Suicide Girls and just posed for a series of pictures this past weekend.

This should come as no surprise, considering a source told the Enquirer that Olivia Black was willing to pose naked again if she was asked.

"She would never do any­thing to upset the show's producers or her pawn shop bosses, but if 'Playboy' called her right now and asked her to pose in the buff, I'm sure she wouldn't think twice about shedding her clothes and saying 'cheese!'" the source said.

However, Olivia Black does not think that these photos nor her older NSFW pictures should impact her role on "Pawn Stars."

"We want to show that America doesn't mind that I am confident and naked, and I can still be part of the show," Olivia Black told Fox News.

In fact, Suicide Girls has even started a petition on Change.org calling for Olivia Black's reinstatement on the series. The petition had nearly 1,900 signatures by December 26.

And even though Olivia Black will no longer appear on Pawn Stars, you can still catch her in person at the Gold and Silver Pawn shop featured on the series. Black told Fox News that the shop's owner, Rick Harrison, has told her she is allowed to work in the shop, just not for the television show.

"One of the reasons I was upset the most, was because I was bummed that I wasn't going to be a part of the family at the shop anymore," Olivia Black told Radar Online. "But I will be there in the beginning of the year."

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