Sharon Osbourne Claims Ozzy Drugged Her In New Tell-All Book
Ozzy Osbourne secretly drugged wife Sharon with hallucinogenic narcotics, she has claimed.
The reality TV star says when she was trying to give up drugs, her wild rocker husband crushed up a variety of addictive chemicals - determined the pair kept on living the rock 'n' roll lifestyle - and put them in her food without her knowing.
She said it caused her to hallucinate and smash up the couple's family home.
Sharon makes the shocking revelations in new book 'Sharon Osbourne: Unauthorised, Uncensored - Understood' by Sue Crawford.
She reveals: "I couldn't control my emotions. It wasn't until months later that he told me he was putting drugs in the stew. It took me a while to get over that, you know."
In the book, Sharon also talks of her heartbreak at having an abortion when she was just 17 and later had a miscarriage after being attacked by guard dogs.
The 'X Factor' star says she became pregnant after a brief fling with a "good-looking guitar player" but was heartlessly forced to terminate the pregnancy by her mother who told her to "get rid of it" and gave her the address to an abortion clinic.
She said: "It was full of other young girls, and we were all terrified. I howled my way through it, and it was horrible. It was the worst thing I ever did."
In Sharon Osbourne: Unauthorized, Uncensored - Understood, we go behind the 'marketing-genius' headlines to reveal the extraordinary life of this remarkable woman. From her emotionally troubled childhood as the daughter of music svengali Don Arden, through the drink- and drug-fuelled years on the road with Ozzy, and her determination to make it as a female manager in a very male world, right up to her current incarnation as an award-winning TV star and 'supermom': every inch of her life is examined and celebrated in this innovative and ground-breaking biography. In Sharon we have found an icon for our times: not only a hugely-successful career woman in her own right, but a mother, a marketeer - and an inspiration to us all.
This book is currently only available in the UK. You can purchase it here.
Source: FemaleFirst / Mombooks.com