Sharon Osbourne moves out as she ponders her future with Ozzy
Ozzy Osbourne argues he is entitled to live at their marital home as Sharon storms out.
Sharon Osbourne has left her marital home in Beverly Hills, California after estranged husband Ozzy moved back in on Monday (09May16).
Reports surfaced over the weekend (07May16) suggesting rock matriarch Sharon, 63, had kicked the Black Sabbath frontman, 67, out of their family mansion after more than 33 years of marriage.
Sources told British newspaper The Sun Sharon and Ozzy became engaged in a heated argument last week (ends29Apr16) amid allegations of the musician's infidelity, and he relocated to The Beverly Hills Hotel.
However, the singer decided to return home on Monday and take a stand, claiming he had as much of a right to stay at the estate as Sharon, reports TMZ.com.
His defiant move and their explosive showdown prompted Sharon to pack up some belongings and storm out after unexpectedly taking the day off from her U.S. daytime show, The Talk.
She returned to her co-hosting gig on Tuesday (10May16), when she confirmed her marriage to Ozzy is hanging in the balance. Sharon walked out onset holding a glass of lemonade, a clear reference to Beyonce's album of the same name, which details a marriage torn apart by infidelity.
Asked if she did actually throw Ozzy out of their house, she responded, "It's true", but then admitted, "He's back and I'm out of the house."
She went on to explain she is undecided about whether to file for divorce, stating, "(Moving out) is right for me because, I honestly, at this point, today, have no idea what I'm going to be doing with the rest of my life."
Sharon's comments emerge a day after Ozzy issued a statement on Monday slamming suggestions a drug and alcohol relapse was the cause of their break-up.
"I have been sober for three and a quarter years," Ozzy told E! News. "I have not touched drugs or alcohol in that time. Any reports that I am not sober are completely inaccurate."
Both Sharon and Ozzy, who share three adult children together, have been candid about his past struggles, even admitting that he had started abusing substances again back in 2013, which nearly caused the pair to divorce. They later reconciled after the singer began attending daily Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
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