Sharon Osbourne says Whitney Houston accused her of 'trying to f**k' husband Bobby Brown 20 years ago
Sharon Osbourne apparently 'threw' her wedding ring at Whitney Houston, telling her she had no feelings for Bobby Brown
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Sharon Osbourne disclosed a startling meeting she had almost two decades ago with the late Whitney Houston.
On a recent episode of 'The Osbournes Podcast', she recalled that during a soundcheck for VH1's 'Divas Duets' concert, Houston accused her of trying to 'f**k' her then-husband, Bobby Brown.
Houston accused Sharon of trying to steal Brown
The concert's host, Osbourne, revealed that when Houston approached her on stage, she was seated next to Brown's daughter, Bobbi Kristina.
"Mrs Osbourne, are you trying to f**k my husband?" Houston allegedly asked her. The accusation shocked the former talk show host, who angrily denied having any interest in Brown.
In her own words, Osbourne exclaimed, "'No, no, please, I'm not!' I went running down the aisle, and I'm like, 'No, no, no, you don't understand! No, no, no, I wasn't.'"
Osbourne 'threw' her ring at Houston
Osbourne claims that Houston's request to see her wedding ring helped defuse the tense moment. Then, according to reports, Osbourne "threw" her ring at Houston, telling her that she was content with her marriage and had no feelings for Brown, as reported by OK Magazine.
Houston and Brown's marriage was notorious for having a rocky past filled with allegations of adultery, drug abuse, and alcoholism. In 1992, the couple exchanged vows, and in 1993, their daughter Bobbi was born. But in the end, their turbulent union resulted in a divorce in 2007.
Whitney Houston's tragic death
Houston tragically died in 2012 at the age of 48. She was discovered unconscious in her hotel suite at the Beverly Hilton.
Subsequently, the coroner concluded that she had accidentally drowned and that her use of cocaine and heart disease were contributing factors.
The family experienced heartbreak once more in 2015 when Bobbi met a similar end. Before dying at the age of 22, she was discovered unconscious in a bathtub and spent six months in a coma that was medically induced.
Osbourne had no animosity toward Houston
Osbourne had no animosity toward the late singer, even in light of Houston's startling charge. In addition to praising Houston's talent, she described her daughter as a "gorgeous little thing."