Sharon Osbourne’s Biggest Heartbreak: Kelly’s Drug Problem

Sharon Osbourne spoke with the National Enquirer about Kelly Osbourne’s painkiller addiction and convincing her daughter to go into rehab.

“Confronting my daughter with her drug problem and convincing her to get help was one of the hardest things that I’ve ever had to do,” she said. “She did not want to go. There was a lot of arm-twisting involved.”

Sharon added, “On April 23rd, Jack will be one year sober. We hope and pray that at this time next year, we can say the same about Kelly.”

Friends Have Mixed Feelings On Kelly Osbourne’s Rehab

Kelly Osbourne’s friends had mixed reactions to the singer going into California rehab clinic Promises Malibu for a painkiller addiction.

Publicist pal Jonathan Cheban told Us Weekly, “She’s never a mess, she’s never drunk.” Cheban had lunch with Kelly recently “and she was as attentive and coherent as ever.”

A family friend had a different story. “Kelly has had problems with pills for a while. But because she is so strong-willed and defiant, nobody can ever tell her no. They are all afraid to challenge her.” And an insider added, “She never drank or did cocaine, but she was doing the pills.”

Why Entered Rehab

Craig Kilborn joked during his Late Late Show monologue on Monday night, “ is in rehab. No drug problem, people – she just misses her family.”

Related News

3 thoughts on “Sharon Osbourne’s Biggest Heartbreak: Kelly’s Drug Problem

  1. texassoftballchick says:

    Honestly, that whole family is freaking pathetic. Someone please get rid of ALL of them!

  2. tazzsgirl says:

    Sharon you should be heartbroken over you and Ozzy’s parenting skills.Wait what parenting skills.Maybe you’ll get lucky and your Grand kids won’t be junkies.

  3. texassoftballchick says:

    You are SO correct! I can’t imagine raising kids and having them all turn out to be LOSERS!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.