Ozzy Osbourne‘s estranged wife Sharon told The Sun that she doesn’t know if she can ever trust her husband again after she allegedly discovered his affair with a celebrity hairstylist. Sharon told the British tabloid, “Can I ever trust him again? I don’t know. I’m now questioning every statement — every move. The lies and intrigue still hurt.” She added, “I don’t want to hurt him. I admire and respect him. And that’s what I expect back: respect. I didn’t get that. It’s very hurtful when you don’t get that respect and consideration from your partner.”

  • Sharon revealed that she is seeing a therapist regularly, and that she and Ozzy see a couple’s therapist together. Ozzy is doing therapy alone. But Sharon added, “I’m seeing what it’s like living on my own.”
  • Sharon reportedly kicked Ozzy out of their home after discovering evidence of the affair — and possibly others — back in May, although he has since returned and she has reportedly moved elsewhere.
  • She has not made a decision yet on whether she will seek a divorce or full reconciliation with her husband, even as she continues to manage his career.
  • Sharon said, “Ideally I would love for my husband to deal with his issues and work at the problems that he has now. And be honest and open . . . to be able to come back to us with honesty and respect for the family. That’s what I really wish.”
  • Ozzy resumed a year-long farewell tour with Black Sabbath last month, which will include Sabbath and Slipknot headlining a combined festival, Ozzfest Meets Knotfest, this September in San Bernardino, California. He has also reportedly been working on a new solo effort.


  • What would you do in Sharon’s shoes, stay on your own or take Ozzy back?
  • Should she file for divorce or give him another chance?
  • Is it weird that she is still managing his career after this?
  • Have you ever had to stay in business with someone after the personal relationship had gone south?

INTERNET COMMENTS at Blabbermouth — agree or not?

Cezar Greif wrote: “Maybe she wasn’t giving him any and he just wanted to get some?”

Henrik Harbin wrote: “Every relationship… even the good ones… are based on risk. There’s always a chance that something will go wrong. If it goes right, you can consider yourself lucky.”

TJ Caruthers wrote: “I love how so talks about trust and respect and how it is painful to be betrayed in such a way. Gee now you know how Jake E Lee and other musicians felt when you f**ked them over.”

Steven Bryant wrote: “Seriously, if you’re jumping though this many hoops just to be undecided, it’s time to call it a day.”

John W. Hill wrote: “Using ‘Sharon’ and ‘trust’ in the same sentence….there should be a rule against that.”