Sharon Osbourne Plans To Sue CBS After Leaving The Talk Due To Her Racism Controversy! – wikibio123


It seems to be like Sharon Osbourne is on the brink of file a lawsuit in opposition to CBS after she stop The Talk following her racist and homophobic feedback towards colleagues.

As chances are you’ll recall, the 68-12 months-outdated “determined to depart” the speak present after the community discovered that her on-set habits “didn’t align” with their values. The choice got here after they launched an inside investigation following the heated on-air dialogue between Osbourne and co-host Sheryl Underwood. The TV persona had been a mainstay on this system because it first premiered in 2010, which made her the one one who has remained on the lineup because the begin — till now.

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The The Mail on Sunday  has since reported Osbourne plans to take CBS “all the way in which for damages over her departure from ‘The Talk.’” They declare she may even ask for the remaining two years of her contract, which quantities to properly over $2 million. A confidant advised publication:

“She feels a number of fits at CBS have actually performed for her right here. Sharon gained’t let this go.”

ICYMI, the drama began after Underwood questioned Osbourne over her protection of Piers Morgan who  confronted some backlash over his feedback about Meghan Markle’s inform-all interview with Oprah Winfrey. Within the March 10 episode, the previous The X Issue choose demanded somebody to point out her “proof” her pal had been racist, in addition to insisted she wasn’t racist.

A couple of days later, Osbourne claimed CBS “blindsided” her with the questions on Morgan. Nonetheless, she was met with extra accusations of racism after Holly Robinson Peete claimed the momma of three stated she was “too ghetto” for the present. Former co-host Leah Remini then got here ahead with simple claims that Osbourne had an extended historical past of bullying and racist language. Talking with journalist Yashar Ali, the actress accused Sharon of calling her ex-panelist Julie Chen a “wonton” and “slanty eyes.” The identical alum stated she additionally heard the creator seek advice from Sara Gilbert as a “p***y licker” and “fish-eater.”

Not okay there, Sharon.

In the meantime, Morgan has since defended his pal in a tweet on Saturday following the information of her departure.

“What’s occurred to ⁦@MrsSOsbourne⁩ is an absolute shame that shames CBS. Bullied out of her job for defending me in opposition to an invented slur of racism as a result of I don’t imagine a liar. In tomorrow’s Mail on Sunday, I’ll inform MY reality about this woke cancel tradition bulls*t.”


In a Mail on Sunday column, the host additional spoke out about CBS’ option to take away her from the present after Osbourne got here to his protection earlier this month. He wrote:

“Sharon Osbourne’s stop The Talk, pushed out for the crime of defending me, a pal she is aware of isn’t racist, from a co-employee saying I’m racist just because I disbelieve Meghan Markle. It’s outrageous, however what’s occurred to Sharon and me up to now fortnight isn’t actually about Ms Markle. She’s simply considered one of many whiny, privileged, hypocritical celebrities who now cynically exploit victimhood to suppress free speech, worth their very own model of the reality above the precise reality, and search to cancel anybody that deviates from their woke world view or who dares to problem the veracity of their inflammatory statements.”

Morgan then added:

“No, it’s a couple of far larger subject than one delusional Duchess, and that’s everybody’s proper to be free to specific our truthfully held opinions, forcefully and passionately if we really feel prefer it.”

Yeah, there’s a significant distinction between expressing your opinions and being racist, homophobic, and simply problematic generally.

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