"It's kind of shocking because I had no idea that she would do something like that," cheer parent Susan Calhoon told KXTV. "She did a good job with the girls. I never heard anyone complain."
Regardless of the pictures, many stood behind Beck, and said she was treated unfairly.
"I think that it shouldn't have anything to do with the school or anything. It was her personal life and it shouldn't have to be brought [up] for her career," said Casa Roble senior Rachael Powell.
Beck said she took the firing hard.
"I really learned to love these girls as well as their parents," she said. "And I definitely appreciate all of the support that I have been shown."
Beck said that the cheerleading position was not her only source of income, citing her modeling "on the side" and "real" work as a licensed esthetition, but it was a "significant" loss.
Making up for the loss could be a brand new Playboy shoot Beck recently wrapped for her next appearance on the Web site, where she will be upgraded to "Cyber Girl of the Month" for June.