Sharon Osbourne glorifies domestic violence with Ozzy

Sharon Osbourne glorifies domestic violence with Ozzy

Trigger Warning: Domestic Violence. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence and abuse, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or text “START” to 88788.

Domestic violence is violence or other forms of abuse that occur within the family, such as marriage or cohabitation. It is often used interchangeably with intimate partner violence, which occurs when one partner in a personal relationship abuses the other.

Abuse is defined as a physical, emotional, financial or mental act or threat to another person. Domestic violence is a very serious problem faced by many people around the world.

This is a sensitive matter, and no one should joke about it, let alone glorify it. Sharon Osbourne recently gave an interview where she talked about the abuse she experienced in her marriage to Ozzy Osbourne.

Instead of being sad or disappointed, however, she glorified it, saying it was their love story that would soon be made into a biopic.

History of domestic violence in the Osborn family

In any case, Sharon does not shy away from revealing intimate details of her life or her views on things. She’s an open book, so she confesses and exposes things on a variety of platforms, from talk shows to magazines.

On September 14, 2021, she told the Daily Mail about her history of domestic abuse. She called the violence a “legend” because she and Oz regularly beat each other.

Unfortunately, violence isn’t limited to hitting each other. In the late 1980s, Oz allegedly tried to strangle his wife and was charged with attempted murder.

Relationships and marriages in Osbournes were very unstable, so abuse found a way in it. Sadly, Sharon didn’t know there was any other way. She was so used to violence that she didn’t know what else to do.

Because she grew up in such a harsh environment. Her father Don, who once managed Ozzy’s metal band Black Sabbath, was “known for being violent”.

Sharon met Oz through her father when she was 18. The two eventually fell in love and married in 1982.

Violence at the Osborn family also affected Sharon and Ozzy’s careers. Sharon served as her husband’s agent long after her father.

So while doing business as Ozzy’s manager, Sharon admits to shaking hands with some people. She talked about one time she kneeled a promoter and headbutted him because he kept trying to make her stiff.

After defeating the promoter, Sharon got the money and spoke out about the violence, because that’s how she grew up. Eventually, the couple got tired of domestic violence at home.

Sharon admits the abuse made her physically unwell – something she hadn’t experienced when the pair were young. The abuses have stopped for about 20 years, but Sharon said they were “running well”.

Domestic violence is not limited to physical abuse, but also emotional abuse. Ozzy has a history of infidelity, which hurts Sharon a lot. The pair split in 2016 after the rock star’s long flirtation.

Regardless, the couple quickly reconciled and still live happily with their three grown children. Currently, Oz has several health issues and surgeries, but he has Sharon by his side to support him.

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