Back in August, Allison posted about fragile rocker Ozzy Osbourne’s former mistress, LA hairdresser Michelle Pugh, filing a lawsuit against Ozzy’s daughter Kelly Osbourne for slander. In addition to tweeting Michelle’s phone number (see, the Kardashians don’t have an original implant in their bodies), Kelly also used Twitter to suggest that Michelle’s blowouts came with blowjobs and accused her of alleged elder abuse where her dad’s 67-year-old peen was concerned. Well, all that is in the past now because the issue has been privately resolved (Translation – Kelly wrote a check, because you don’t want to be associated with the word “bullying” nowadays), according to People.
“The tweets have been removed and the lawsuit has been privately resolved. The resolution statement is mutual,” Michelle’s lawyer F. Edie Mermelstein exclusively tells PEOPLE.
Ozzy’s former mistress (Michelle previously told People that she’d been seeing the Ozzy for four years before he went back to Sharon) had amended her initial complaint this week. Michelle added that Kelly’s Twitter barrage led to her being bullied and that Ozzy’s little girl was also looking to sell a book.
In the complaint obtained by PEOPLE, Pugh claimed that Kelly used her Twitter account to “paint a target” on Pugh’s back “as a publicity stunt for financial gain” in the promotion for her upcoming book, There’s No F—ing Secret.
Charming title. Kelly hasn’t commented on the matter yet, and there’s no word on how much money changed hands. True, it was her hand that held the can opener on this particular tin of worms, but there’s some kind of curse that goes along with having hosted E!’s Fashion Police. Joan Rivers is now dead, which left us stranded with Melissa Rivers. And it made Kathy Griffin not funny. Fashion Police’s bad karma doesn’t play. Everyone picture a circle of healing white light around Margaret Cho.