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Sharon Osbourne sold Ozzy’s car when he was in rehab

Sharon Osbourne sold Ozzy’s car when he was in rehab

CARS ARE GONE:The rock family matriarch was furious when the Black Sabbath star confessed he had fallen off the wagon Photo: Associated Press

Sharon Osbourne got revenge on her rocker husband Ozzy for drinking and taking drugs behind her back by selling his fleet of sports cars while he was recovering in rehab.

The rock family matriarch was furious when the Black Sabbath star confessed he had fallen off the wagon, and he revealed last year hat he had returned to an addiction clinic after resuming his hellraising lifestyle for 18 months.

The devastating news put a strain on the couple’s marriage, but they rebuilt the trust once Ozzy was sober again – and now the veteran star has revealed how Sharon got rid of his beloved cars while he was receiving treatment.

He tells Q magazine, “I don’t drive very much, although I have a few cars. I bought myself an Audi R8 and a Ferrari. They went when I started drinking again. I came home and Sharon had got rid of them.”

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