Kelly Osbourne Speaks Out on Her Parents' Split, Posts Phone Number of Ozzy's Mistress on Twitter

Looks like Kelly isn't interested in taking Sharon's high road this time around.

Kelly Osbourne Speaks Out on Her Parents' Split, Posts Phone Number of Ozzy's Mistress on Twitter
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The Osbourne family has found itself tragically drenched in drama, and daughter Kelly is calling out her father's alleged mistress in a major way.

After rumors began to swirl that Sharon Osbourne had kicked husband Ozzy Osbourne out of the house, major publications reported the reason for the split was infidelity. Sharon later confirmed that she and Ozzy were living in different homes and that she intended to follow her heart:

"I honestly at this point today have no idea what I'm doing with the rest of my life," she explained on an episode of The Talk. "I don't know where I'm going, who I'm going with, and I just need time to think; I just need to time to think about myself, about what do I want for the rest of my life. [I'm] getting to the last chapter of my life. I really want to think carefully about where I want to go...I'm 63 years of age, and I can't keep living like this."

According to an unnamed source courtesy of ET, Ozzy had been carrying out an affair with Beverly Hills stylist Michelle Pugh, whose clients included Sharon and daughters Kelly and Aimee at the Meche Salon. At the time, the couple's daughter stayed mum. Now, she's making sure everyone knows the infidelity is far from okay with her.

On Monday, the fashion designer tweeted out what is alleged to be Pugh's phone number:

Some commenters objected to Kelly's blame of Pugh, reminding her not to blame the partner when it takes two to tango, so to speak. Kelly, however, was not having it:

She also suggested that Ozzy had been taken advantage of in the situation:

And despite Sharon's clear decision to keep this matter clean and classy, she defended Kelly's tweet on a subsequent episode of The Talk:

"Oh, Kelly has the best sense of humor ever," she told co-host Julie Chen. "And you know what? In cases like this, what can you do but laugh? What are you gonna do, be angry with her because she loves her mom and dad and she wants us to be together? She loves us. She can do what she wants, because she's an adult. You have to laugh. She is just so funny."

So if we've learned nothing else from this event, we've certainly learned that humor can be found anywhere.

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