THE OSBOURNES Accuse Agent Of Crashing Party, Rigging Raffle

The following item was published in today's edition of the New York Daily News:

What female ICM agent is being accused by Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne of theft? On New Year's Eve, the darling dysfunctionals - who renewed their vows that night — raffled off a $15,000 Asprey diamond necklace at their party at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The agent "won" the necklace — but the Osbournes are claiming she crashed the party and rigged the raffle with stolen tickets. She says she won it fair and square, but the "brokenhearted" couple have issued a statement demanding it back.


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