SHARON OSBOURNE Says She And OZZY 'Now Have The Same Passwords,' Two Years After He Was Caught Cheating

SHARON OSBOURNE Says She And OZZY 'Now Have The Same Passwords,' Two Years After He Was Caught Cheating

Sharon Osbourne says that she and Ozzy are sharing passwords to their online accounts with each other, more than two years after he apologized to the women he had extramarital affairs with.

"Since my husband and I had troubles, we now have the same passwords, so he can look at my phone," she said during a recent edition of her show "The Talk". "There's nothing except bills on mine, and I can look at his and it's just fine. 'Cause I have no desire to."

Sharon said that she has no regrets about her decision to stay with Ozzy after she learned of his infidelity. "I'm glad I didn't give up — so glad," she said. "It's very easy to just walk out and go, 'I'll be fine,' ...but [I] wouldn't be, because I wouldn't be with my soulmate."

Sharon's latest comments come several months after Lisa Osbourne, the wife of their son Jack, filed for divorce from her husband, citing irreconcilable differences.

"I look at my son and he was married five and a half years, and it's, like, did he give up too early?" Sharon said. "Did they both give up too early? They both are happy with the situation now. They have a good relationship with each other. They're happy. They're there for their children. So should either one of them have stayed?"

After Ozzy's affair with celebrity hairstylist Michelle Pugh was made public in May 2016, he underwent therapy for sex addiction. Sharon and Ozzy later reconciled and they even renewed their vows. But she told The Sun: "I don't trust him. I worry about that. I don't trust him as far as I can throw him.

"Nothing in the world hurts like infidelity. Nothing."

Explaining her decision to stand by him, she said: "Nobody is going to want to ask me out. Who would ask me out? A big-mouth, older woman? This is as good as it gets and I love him. He's my husband and I have to take care of him and you just become this woman that takes care of this person and this is my life. This is what I do."

Last year, Sharon told the British paper The Telegraph that Ozzy wasn't cheating with just one woman. "There were six of them," she said. "Some fucking Russian teenager... then a masseuse in England... our masseuse out here in Los Angeles... and then our cook. He had women in different countries. Basically, if you're a woman giving Ozzy either a back rub or a trolley of food, God help you."

Sharon talked about how she learned of his affairs. "We were sitting on the couch watching telly; Ozzy on one couch and me on the other," she said. "And suddenly, he sends me this e-mail. 'Why did you send me this stupid e-mail?' I asked, and when Ozzy told me that he hadn't sent me anything, I grabbed his phone and said, 'Look!' And, of course, it was a message meant for one of his bloody women."


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