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Is Sharon Osbourne Making Ozzy Osbourne Go To Rehab For Sex Addiction?

The latest twist in the Osbourne family drama.

The latest twist in the Osbourne family drama.

Last week's Ozzfest meets Knotfest press conference was a bit awkward and raised some questions. When Sharon Osbourne was the first person to walk out on stage, there was a gasp in the room. For the entire week, rumors spread that she and Ozzy have separated after she found out he was cheating on her. But Sharon was all business, and introduced her estranged husband, who immediately tried to hug her from behind, and Sharon was reactionless. She later confirmed that she will still be managing her estranged husband, leading some to believe that a reconciliation was in the cards.

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Well, the tabloids are having a field day with this, and Ozzy isn't out of the fire yet. There are reports that Sharon has been seen in public without her wedding ring, while Ozzy is still proudly displaying his. A new report from Radar Online (via UK gossip rag Sunday Express) now claims that "inside sources" tell them that if Ozzy wants Sharon to forgive her, he has to go to rehab for sex addiction:

“It’s true Sharon has spoken to a divorce lawyer, and she is still mad as hell,” a source told the U.K. paper. “But she believes they can eventually recover from this if he is prepared to get proper help.”

The 63-year-old grandmother has chosen famous facility Pine Grove in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, for her unfaithful husband.

“She also wants them to attend marriage counseling,” the source added.

The story notes that this is the same clinic Tiger Woods went to.

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Ultimately, it seems like the two parties want to make it work, but there must be a compromise. Should Ozzy go to rehab?

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