OZZY OSBOURNE To Sue Groupie Over Love-Child Claims

Bill Zwecker of the Chicago Sun-Times reports that Ozzy Osbourne is planning to sue Sheron Lutz, who claims her 6-year-old son (whom she calls "Ozzy Jr.") is the son of the former BLACK SABBATH singer. Lutz says the child was born after she had a 1996 fling with Osbourne and points to the boy's speech impediment (which she calls similar to Ozzy's) as proof Osbourne is the father.

Ozzy's spokesperson says it is all ridiculous and the woman — whom Osbourne insists he has never met — is simply taking advantage of the singer's fame. On top of that, Osbourne says he underwent a vasectomy 17 years ago and only is the father of the five biological children and two adopted kids he clearly claims.

As for that "speech impediment" claim, Osbourne's representative bluntly told the New York Daily News that Ozzy's slurred speech has nothing whatsoever to do with genetics, but rather the SABBATH legend's years of "lifestyle" issues stemming from his heavy drug use.


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