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90 Day Fiancé’s Alina Kozhevnikova fired over racist posts

Alina Kozhevnikova has been fired from “90 Day Fiancé” after her racist social media posts resurfaced.

“TLC discontinued filming with Alina Kozhevnikova following the recent discovery of her past social media statements,” the network said in a statement to Page Six Wednesday.

“She will not appear on the upcoming ‘Tell All,’ any future seasons of the franchise, and starting next month, she will no longer appear on ‘Before the 90 Days.’ TLC does not tolerate racism or discrimination of any kind.”

Kozhevnikova, who began starring on Season 5 of “90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days” in December, came under fire in recent days over old posts that mocked different races and religions.

In one 2014 Facebook post screenshotted by a Twitter user, Kozhevnikova purportedly wrote the N-word eight times while describing a party she had been invited to in her native Russia.

Several of Kozhevnikova’s old social media posts recently resurfaced.Instagram

An old Instagram post also resurfaced in which Kozhevnikova wore a bandana with drawn-on eyebrows and a beard. In the caption, she used the N-word — replacing the Gs with Qs — and mentioned “gold diggin’” and being a “gangsta.”

Another social media post showed Kozhevnikova wearing a traditional Indian garment alongside the caption, “Got married today! Became a 134th wife!”

Yet another post from 2015 saw Kozhevnikova gushing over Hugh Grant, but she expressed that because “his wife is Asian,” his “kids would be kinda Asian.” (She appeared to be referring to the actor’s Chinese ex Tinglan Hong, though they were never married.)

Kozhevnikova’s fiancé defended his future wife.alinakasha/Instagram

Both Kozhevnikova and her fiancé, Caleb Greenwood, had addressed her posts prior to the news of her firing.

“For everyone asking about the recent buzz. Let’s keep watching and see what happens,” Greenwood, 28, wrote on his Instagram Story Tuesday.

Kozhevnikova, meanwhile, defended herself Monday, writing on Instagram, “Despite what’s being said about me, my friends, family and those who met me in person know who I really am & who I am not. And I know it too [sic] 💖⏳the answers are coming.”

Kozhevnikova hasn’t responded to her firing, but she did address her past posts.alinakasha/Instagram

Kozhevnikova also apologized for the posts in a since-expired Instagram Story on Jan. 14.

“I’m sure some of you have seen the screenshot [sic] of one of my past posts. I sincerely want to apologize to those whose feelings have been hurt. I never intended to offend anyone. I am and always will be against any form of discrimination,” she wrote, according to a screenshot captured by a fan account.

The bride-to-be then claimed she was still getting used to the “nuances” of the English language.

“I saw a lot of people on social media using [the N-word], so I thought it was like ‘bro’ or ‘fella’, but I was wrong. Again, my deepest apologies to those who were hurt by my words.”

Kozhevnikova didn’t immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment on her firing.