A week after Olivia Black was fired by Pawn Stars following the release of risque photos from her past, she has broken her silence - and wants her job back!
The brunette was sacked from the hit History Channel show after her photos from the soft-core site SuicideGirls (dot) com were published by The National Enquirer.
She says she's not giving up on her TV career, however.
“I do not know why I was fired from the show,” Olivia Black said. “I got a call and the production company told me that my services were no longer needed on the show.”
The heartbreaking phone call was a shock, she said.
“I was really stunned, and I was in tears when I was writing that statement on Facebook.”
Olivia said they wouldn’t give her a reason why she was fired but she said it was suspicious because “the timeline coincides with recent developments.”
The good news? Suicide Girls reached out with an offer for Olivia to shoot more pictures for them, AND they’re trying to help her get her job back!
“They started a petition on Change (dot) org to get me back on the show," she said.
"I didn’t realize that I have a lot of fans and supporters and so if my firing did have to do with the Suicide Girls photos ... maybe the producers will reconsider."
“I love being on Pawn Stars. I want my job back. That is my number one priority.”
Olivia said she was relieved to get a call saying she isn’t fired from the pawn shop, only the show, so she can go back and work there after the holidays.
“One of the reasons I was upset the most,” Olivia explained, “was because I was bummed that I wasn’t going to be a part of the family at the shop anymore."
"But at least I will be there in the beginning of the year.”