Carano who is 38 years old and played Cara Dune for first two seasons of Disney+ show got fired from Mandalorian after her unacceptable and abhorrent posts on social media.
In a statement, a spokesperson said: “Gina Carano is not currently employed by Lucasfilm and there are no plans for her to be in the future.”
The former MMA fighter compared “hating someone for their political views” in the US to the treatment of Jewish people during the Holocaust in Nazi Germany.
During the world war two, millions of Jewish people and other minorities were killed.
The hashtag #FireGinaCarano trended on Twitter for hours following a story shared on her Instagram.
She has been controversial on social media. Back in November Star Wars fans called her to be fired after she put some posts supporting Donald Trump.
Carano later explained that her Mandalorian co-star Pedro Pascal ‘helped understand why people were putting them in their bios,’ as she hadn’t been aware. She said, ‘I didn’t know before but I do now. I won’t be putting them in my bio but good for all you who choose to’.
The actor tweeted: “We need to clean up the election process so we are not left feeling the way we do today. Put laws in place that protect us against voter fraud.”
The hashtag #CancelDisneyPlus has also been trending.
Carano was dropped by her publicists at ID last autumn on account of her social media activity, which has previously seen her make statements about facemask wearing and voter fraud allegations, The Daily Beast reports.
Star Wars actor John Boyega, and Carano’s Mandalorian co-stars Carl Weathers and Pedro Pascal have also posted about their own beliefs, whether it’s support of Joe Biden or for the Black Lives Matter movement.
She responded saying: “In my experience, screaming at someone that they are a racist when they are indeed NOT a racist & any post and/or research you do will show you those exact facts, then I’m sorry, these people are not ‘educators.’ They are cowards and bullies.”
Some social media users launched a campaign to boycott Disney Plus, after the release of Lucasfilm’s statement and the streaming service which airs The Mandalorian.