SHARON OSBOURNE Sued For Hair Attack reports that Sharon Osbourne has been sued by the woman she attacked on her VH1 reality show "Rock of Love: Charm School".

Edited video footage of Sharon Osbourne lashing out at a "Rock of Love" contestant on the reunion show, which aired in January, can be viewed below.

Megan Hauserman filed a police report when the special taped in December, claiming Sharon had grabbed her hair, scratched her and pulled out part of her weave.

According to Huffington Post, what aired was Megan insulting Sharon's husband Ozzy Osbourne after Sharon told Megan she should not procreate as one of her is enough. Sharon stands up, pretends to sip a drink, and then pours it over Megan instead.

In a lawsuit filed today in L.A. County Superior Court, Hauserman is suing Osbourne for battery, negligence and infliction of emotional distress.


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