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OZZY & SHARON Move Back In Together Meanwhile Drummer BRAD WILK Going Through Divorce

A few months back, we learned that Ozzy Osbourne recently relapsed on drugs and alcohol, mostly coke and booze according to his interview with Howard Stern and it resulted in Sharon showing tough love and moving out of the house. Turns out, they're doing swell. The same can't be said about Brad Wilk, the drummer on the new Black Sabbath album. His wife filed for divorce this week.

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Sharon moved out of their home once it was discovered Ozzy relapsed, but now that the Sabbath frontman is over 100 days sober again, Sharon has moved back in and two are once again living together. Sharon was spotted at the SiriusXM Black Sabbath town hall supporting her husband. Mazeltov! Now they can watch plenty of Letterman monologues together.

Drummer Brad Wilk was not so lucky. The Black Sabbath by-way-of Rage Against The Machine drummer's wife, Selene Vigil. TMZ, who must clearly have somebody working at the divorce office in LA reports that Vigil filed for divorce on Monday (June 17th) after officially filing for seperation this past Friday (June 14th).

Selene is working quick! The couple met whilst Brad's band, Rage was on tour with Seline's, 7 Year Bitch. The pair married in 2005 and have two young children. She is seeing joint custody but she wants primary custody as well as spousal support.

Some have joked that Seline left after finally hearing the new Sabbath album. In all seriousness, it's always a bummer when a relationship doesn't work out, especially when kids are involved.
Here's a photo of Brad and Seline in happier times:

brad and seline

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