OZZY And SHARON Are 'Doing Good' After Reconciliation, Says JACK OSBOURNE

OZZY And SHARON Are 'Doing Good' After Reconciliation, Says JACK OSBOURNE

Jack Osbourne spoke to People magazine about how his parents Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne are doing since reconciling earlier this year following a split over Ozzy's long-term affair with hairstylist Michelle Pugh.

"They're doing good," Jack said. "You know, they're working through it, they're figuring shit out. I'm, like, 'All right, that's you guys' business.' I've got my own problems to worry about!"

Pugh recently privately settled her lawsuit against Ozzy's daughter Kelly Osbourne. The settlement came just days after Pugh filed an amended lawsuit against Kelly, claiming that Kelly targeted Pugh for financial gain after details of Pugh's affair with the BLACK SABBATH frontman came to light. Pugh alleged in her lawsuit that Kelly "stimulated controversy for the purpose of making money" and also accused Kelly of causing "intentional infliction of emotional distress."

Pugh's lawsuit, which she first filed in August before amending it, also alleged that Ozzy led Pugh to believe that he was going to divorce Sharon and "wooed" Pugh with "false promises and false representations as well as requiring complete discretion regarding their relationship."

Pugh also claimed that the affair was not the reason why Sharon kicked Ozzy out of their house last May, instead saying it was due to "Sharon and Ozzy's arguments involving financial issues and control."

Ozzy in August apologized to the women with whom he has had extramarital sexual relationships and admitted to undergoing therapy for sex addiction. His four-year affair with Pugh was discovered by Sharon last spring and nearly ended their 33-year marriage.

Sharon publicly forgave her husband in July, saying, "It's going take a long time to trust, but we've been together 36 years, 34 of marriage... I just can't think of my life without him."

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