OZZY OSBOURNE Burglary Update: Police To Quiz 'X Factor' Contestants

The Sunday Mirror reports that detectives are probing a possible link between the $3.8 million jewel raid at Ozzy Osbourne's home and the pop talent show "The X Factor" on which Sharon Osbourne is a judge. Contestants and crew who visited the Osbournes' mansion during filming for the TV series could face questioning as part of routine inquiries into the case. "We are looking at talking to as many people as we can about the raid," a police source said. "It has all the hallmarks of an inside job and anyone with knowledge of the house and the Osbournes' habits may well be able to help our inquires. Detectives are planning to talk to all of those involved with 'The X Factor' who spent time at the house, along with housekeepers and estate workers." Read more.


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