According to The Pulse Of Radio, Ozzy Osbourne's wife and manager, Sharon Osbourne, was discussing recent scandals involving nannies on "The Talk" earlier this week when she revealed that she had caught Ozzy in bed with a couple of them in the past. Sharon recalled, "We used to have four nannies, because I had three children. I would work five days a week, I would travel."
Sharon added that the nannies would work on a rotating schedule, but called them "the bane of my existence," saying, "They were all wanting to be celebrities. They were all wanting money… I caught two of them in bed with Ozzy!"
She clarified that she had caught the two nannies in compromising positions with the Prince Of Darkness at "different times," adding that Ozzy was "out of his mind" on drugs at the time.
Sharon said she finally hired a "manny" named "Big Dave," concluding, "Never trust a nanny!"
Other marriages that have recently been ruptured at least partially because of nannies have included that of Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, as well as that of Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani.
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