May 23, 2020
Sharon Osbourne has accused her brother, whom she hasn't spoken to in thirteen years, of fat-shaming her.
Fans of Sharon Osbourne have become accustomed to the occasional accusations she makes against her brother, David Arden.
[Sharon Osbourne] also landed the role of a judge on the reality singing competition "America's Got Talent" from 2007 to 2012.
Sharon revealed that her now-69-year-old brother and his friends often made it a point of duty to attack her weight. While noting that her weight has always "gone up and down," the author said:
"I used to get fat shamed by my brother. [He] used to get his friends to join in. It sticks with you."
Mirror recalled that David and Sharon stopped talking to each other back in 2007 due to their disagreement over where to bury their father, Don Arden.
Their late father was known as the iconic manager who handled several bands, including ELO, Black Sabbath, and the Small Faces.
Over the years, both David and Sharon have made accusations against each other, with the latter once claiming that she has spent around half a million pounds in cash trying to help her brother out.
In turn, David alleged that his sister had gone through so much plastic surgery that she had become "unrecognizable."
Sharon, who has been out of touch with her brother for thirteen years, has also made it known that she doesn't want any of her children – Jack, Aimee, and Kelly – to speak to him again even though he has allegedly begged for some contact.
Amid the ongoing drama, Biography recounted that Sharon and her family became fan favorites following their 2002 appearance on the MTV reality series "The Osbournes."
Throughout the show's duration, fans got to see that the businesswoman was more than Mrs. Osbourne. Soon after the series ended, Sharon went on to manage the career of her daughter, Kelly Osbourne.
She also landed the role of a judge on the reality singing competition "America's Got Talent" from 2007 to 2012. Sharon has also been a panelist on the daytime talk show, "The Talk," since 2010.