Megan sues Sharon Osbourne over reunion fight

Megan Hauserman has sued Sharon Osbourne over the mid-December fight. During the Rock of Love: Charm School‘s reunion, Sharon pulled out some of Megan’s hair after Megan said something about Ozzy Osbourne.

The “suit filed Monday in Los Angeles claims battery, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress. She seeks a jury trial and punitive damages,” the AP reports.

Referring to a video of the incident, “Sharon’s big fight,” Megan’s attorney Warren J. Binder said, “It’s pretty hard to deny what happened on the video.”

After Sharon says something about how Megan shouldn’t reproduce, Megan comes back with a bleeped comment about how Sharon has to take care of Ozzy. Sharon stands up, pretends to take a drink, and then hurls it on Megan, and then the clip cuts to the audience. Seconds later, dozens of people are on stage, and Megan is being taken away, her hair looking frazzled. In other words, the video doesn’t show the hair-pulling part. “They can fuck with me; I don’t give a shit. But not my family,” Sharon says.

Osbourne sued over ‘Charm School’ fracas [AP]
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