After being fired, Olivia sued Leftfield Pictures, the production company behind Pawn Stars. According to her publicist, Domenick Nati, Olivia believed that “this intolerance for online nude photos seems to be only subjected to female television personalities and because of that Olivia has been advised to sue the production company for discrimination.”
Domenick revealed, “While getting ready for the night shift one day, Olivia received a phone call at her house from Leftfield Pictures, and with no further explanation, they informed her she will no longer be on Pawn Stars,” shortly after the nude photos were uncovered. It’s unclear what became of the lawsuit, which was originally filed in 2013.
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