Sharon Osbourne was forced to hire her own security after receiving a series of death threats about how she defended Piers Morgan.
The Brit jumped to the back of Good Morning Britain host after saying he did not believe what Meghan Markle told Oprah Winfrey about suffering mental health issues while living with the royal family .
This culminated in the Osbourne U.S. talk show The Talk between her and co-host Sheryl Underwood.
Since the heated debate, the 68-year-old has been inundated with social media comments.
They include messages like “Die and go to hell.” “F ** k Sharon Osbourne, her husband, her momma, ugly f ** kin ‘children, the family dog and the b *** ha lives next door. She may die in a fish green fire “and” I hope Sharon Osbourne is hit by one last wave of COVID & dies. “
According to reports in the US, her cell phone has also been “blowing up, begging for harm to herself and her dogs.”
Now a private security company has been stationed outside the Los Angeles Osbournes for protection while she has postponed comments about her latest Instagram posts because they were so bad.
This week the X Factor judge was forced to vehemently deny using racist language after being accused of calling an American-Asian co-producer on The Talk. wonton ”.
The British said the allegations “crap, all crap”, as she put it, “everyone has an idea or a story like the wonton story. It’s like f ** k off with your f ** king wonton story. F ** k off “.
She said: “Everyone has an opinion, and everyone has a voice – it’s great.
“It’s about getting to know someone being called for something, and then someone else is like, ‘yeah, I’m going to add something too.’
“Of course, it’s a hole. People want to add fuel to the fire, and it comes with the land and that’s fine. ”
The Brit spoke out after she focused on the slur as well as “slanty eyes” of The Talk co-panel Julie Chen, who was born in America to Chinese parents.
It is also alleged that the 68-year-old gave false comments about former panelist Sara Gilbert, who is an active representative on the show.
Leah Remini, who was a presenter at the Talk, reportedly said that Osbourne said of Chen: “I mean, who the f *** rod eyes thinks she is? She shouldn’t be talking pillow talk with our boss. ”
On Sunday, CBS announced that The Talk – the U.S. version of Loose Women – would go on short hiatus while there was an internal review of the program in which Osbourne defended Morgan.
After Osbourne tweeted her support for the fellow Brit, the next day on The Talk, she got into a heated debate with Underwood after Underwood questioned why she would support someone who “racism was against Meghan Markle.”
Osbourne maintains that she was not warned that the show was the subject of a debate about Morgan and that it had been pre-edited for four completely different sections.
She says she was blinded and shocked to find out that her questioning guests were using cue cards on part of the show which is usually ad-libbed.