SHARON OSBOURNE Seeks 'Celebrity Justice'

Sharon Osbourne is set to appear on the television show "Celebrity Justice" Tuesday (April 15), according to, to tell her version of how an altercation with a talent agent left her with a fist-size bruise on the left side of her face.

"I honestly thought my jaw was broken," Osbourne says on the program. "After the swing, the next thing [I remember thinking] was 'my jaw is broken ... my jaw is broken.' I have really bad pain here in the side of my jaw, and my neck is still bad."

Osbourne suffered a dislocated jaw, chipped tooth and sprained neck Thursday, according to her publicist, when Renée Tab, a woman with whom she's been feuding since New Year's Day over possession of a $15,000 diamond necklace, allegedly punched her. Osbourne was then taken to the hospital for treatment of her injuries.

Tab, an employee with talent agency International Creative Management, maintains that Osbourne started the altercation. In a statement given to the program by her lawyer, Tab claims that Osbourne confronted her on the way back from the restroom, spit in her face and then hit her.

The incident occurred Thursday evening at Koi Japanese restaurant on La Cienega Boulevard, where Osbourne, husband Ozzy and their son, Jack, were dining, Sgt. John Pasquariello said.

"Celebrity Justice" airs Tuesday on NBC. Check local listings for times.


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