( 4UMF NEWS ) Ozzy Osbourne’s Mistress Sues Daughter Kelly:
Ozzy Osbourne’s mistress is suing his daughter for defamation. Celebrity hairstylist Michelle Pugh says in her lawsuit filed Wednesday in Los Angeles that the aging icon wasn’t batty or boozing during their nearly four-year affair — and she never abused him.
The complaint is a response to biting Twitter messages Kelly Osbourne, 31, posted in May as Pugh’s extramarital affair with the Black Sabbath singer made headlines. “Anyone looking for cheap chunky LOW-lights a blow out and a b—job call +1 (323)928—-,” a tweet from Kelly on May 23 read.
The post included Pugh’s unlisted private phone number and was quickly re-tweeted by at least 1,500 Twitter users, the lawsuit says.
The filing claims Kelly defamed Pugh again when one of the reality TV star’s 4 million followers tweeted back, “it takes 2 to tango.”
“My father is almost 70,” Kelly responded in another public post, “ever heard of elder abuse?”
The tweets incited a “rash of mass cyber-bullying” aimed directly at Pugh, claims the lawsuit obtained by the Daily News.
The 67-year-old Black Sabbath singer finally admitted what broke up his marriage to Sharon Osbourne earlier this year: his sex addiction. Ozzy’s revelation came just a few months after the couple split over his four-year-long relationship with his hair colorist.
“Not only had plaintiff begun to be slut-shamed, bullied and harassed for allegedly breaking up a marriage, but was wrongfully accused of a crime that further held her up to ridicule, hate and shame,” the lawsuit states.
In her paperwork, Pugh says she met Osbourne in September 2011 in her capacity as a hairdresser. She says the heavy metal superstar “made advances” in October 2012 that led to a full-blown “consensual, secretive” affair that lasted from 2013 until last May.
Pugh claims she and Osbourne were sitting together on her couch last May when a “tabloid exposed the couple’s relationship.”
“The relationship was mistakenly characterized as a short term fling and the catalyst to the Sharon/Ozzy divorce rumors,” the lawsuit claims, referring to Osbourne’s wife and manager Sharon Osbourne, 63.
“Ozzy was not suffering from diminished capacity when Ozzy left his marital home and came to stay with plaintiff at her home in May 2016,” the lawsuit states.
Osbourne fled to Pugh’s residence “due to Sharon and Ozzy’s arguments involving financial issues and control, not Ozzy’s infidelity,” it reads.
Pugh was not financially supported by Osbourne and “had no undue influence over him,” her lawsuit argues.
In addition to defamation, Pugh is suing Kelly for infliction of emotional distress and public disclosure of private facts.
The lawsuit surfaced the same day People magazine posted a bombshell interview with Pugh in which the stylist said her chemistry with Osbourne was irresistible.
“He gave me the greatest love of my life, I mean it,” Pugh told the magazine. “He made me feel like the most beautiful and worshipped woman in the world.”
A rep for Ozzy, meanwhile, told People that he apologized for his infidelity and revealed he’s been suffering from a sex addiction.
“He is sorry if Ms. Pugh took their sexual relationship out of context,” the publicist said.
A rep for Kelly Osbourne did not immediately respond to the Daily News’ request for comment.