Sharon Osbourne is proceeding to prevent the growing claims from causing prejudice and harassment against her.
On Tuesday, writer Yashar Ali distributed a report accusing Osbourne, 68, of referring to his former The Talk partner Julie Chen as “wonton” and “slanted eyes”, referring to different anonymous sources. , including another former partner of The Talk. , Leah Remini.
Osbourne called the cases “poop, all poop”, in a meeting previously given to the Daily Mail on Wednesday, (PEOPLE affirmed the veracity of the statements, and Osbourne shared a similar explanation), however, he repeated the bigoted language, adding “Everybody has an evaluation or a story like a wonton story. It looks like shit with your fucking wonton story. Fuck off!”
“Obviously, it’s a lot. People need to stoke the fire and it goes with work and that’s fine, “he said.
Ali’s Tuesday report also ensured that Osbourne referred to former co-host and lead creator Sara Gilbert, who is a lesbian, as “p – licker” and “eats fish.”
Representatives for both Chen and Gilbert did not react quickly to PEOPLE’s request at the time.
In an articulation given to People on Tuesday, Osbourne’s marketing expert Howard Bragman denied the charges against the British television personality. That same day, CBS stated that The Talk will extend the rest of its creation until next Tuesday as they “continue to investigate these issues.”
“CBS focuses on a different, comprehensive, and conscious work environment in all of our creations,” representatives of the show said in an explanation to PEOPLE. “We are also aware of the important concerns that are communicated and the conversations that occur regarding occasions on The Talk.
The show recently declared a break from creation on Monday, not exactly seven days after Osbourne shielded his partner Piers Morgan following backlash over his dubious comments scrutinizing the legitimacy of Meghan Markle’s talk about emotional well-being during her new encounter with Oprah Winfrey.