SHARON OSBOURNE On OZZY: 'I Don't Trust Him As Far As I Can Throw Him'

SHARON OSBOURNE On OZZY: 'I Don't Trust Him As Far As I Can Throw Him'

Sharon Osbourne has admitted that she doesn't trust her husband Ozzy, more than two years after he apologized to the women he had extramarital affairs with.

Sharon told The Sun in a new interview: "I was a broken woman. He sent me an e-mail that was meant for one of his women. Then he took his sleeping pills. I put an extra two in his drink... and asked him everything, and everything came out.

"He would have never told me the truth, ever. He was ashamed, afraid. I knew how long. I knew who it was. I knew what he was thinking and then, you know, you leave.

"Ozzy told me it was over with this woman and I believed him. Then, six months later, I found out it wasn't and there were others.

"Only then did he come out and say,'‘I'm an addict. I can't help it.'"

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."

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