There are a lot of reasons why viewers have kept watching Pawn Stars on History for more than ten years now. History buffs are naturally fascinated by the avalanche of valuable, rare items that occasionally enter the store, including a humidor once owned by John F. Kennedy, but just like with any other reality show, viewers want to see drama between the cast members, and that’s never lacking at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop.
Rick Harrison, his son Corey, and Corey’s friend Chumlee are the store’s main employees. Another notable character on the programme was Richard “Old Man” Harrison, who tragically passed away in June 2018. These four got into all kinds of mischief with one another, and seeing them crack each other’s chops was just as interesting as watching them haggle over an expensive antique.
Naturally, a pawn shop requires a large staff, and over the years, different auxiliary staff members have appeared and disappeared from the series. One of the most well-liked team members is still Olivia Black, who joined the store back in 2012 but was removed from the show after only making an appearance in 13 episodes. Olivia Black hasn’t been on Pawn Stars in years. Here is the solution to your question on what happened to Black after Corey and Chumlee developed such a fondness for her.
Olivia Black was fired from on-camera appearances when revealing photos of her came to the public’s attention
There are guidelines that the cast must adhere to, just as in any other series. One of these is that in order to make the show more interesting, Rick Harrison and his crew occasionally need to make purchases they otherwise wouldn’t make. It appears that there is also a restriction on having any risqué images of yourself circulate online. Olivia Black discovered this the hard way when she was abruptly fired from the show following the public release of old images from her time with SuicideGirls.
She was sacked by the show’s production firm, Leftfield Pictures, soon after she joined the team due to her past, which prompted Black to file a lawsuit against the business (via Fox News). To be clear, the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop was not the target of the case; rather, it was the production business. She could still appear on camera, so she was permitted to continue working at the shop, but she soon willingly left that job as well (source: Screen Rant).
Black has returned to the pornographic stuff that got her fired in the years since she left the programme. She has performed as a go-go dancer and a cam girl in addition to once again appearing for SuicideGirls. Given that her estimated net worth is $300,000, we’d say that despite missing out on the Pawn Stars gig, she hasn’t fared too badly for herself.
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