The former ‘The Talk’ host has reportedly hired a top gun attorney to begin the process of taking legal action against the network, seeking compensation for the next two years of the contract with are worth almost $3 Million.
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According to multiple reports, Sharon is willing to go “all the way” on this one and isn’t going to allow CBS to not answer to their actions against the former host.
Osbourne hired attorney Jeremiah Reynolds to help negotiate the case, which may include filing the lawsuit if an exit deal can not be reached. At this point, she believes she is owed around $2.7 million which represents the final two years of her contract.
“She feels a few suits at CBS have really done for her here. Sharon won’t let this go,” a source told DailyMail.
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At the same time, Piers Morgan is defending his friend for standing up for him during the backlash — calling CBS a “disgrace” over the network’s treatment of Osbourne.
“What’s happened to (Sharon Osbourne) is an absolute disgrace that shames CBS. Bullied out of her job for defending me against an invented slur of racism because I don’t believe a liar. In tomorrow’s Mail on Sunday, I’ll tell MY truth about this woke cancel culture bulls–t,” she said.
The show is currently on hiatus but will continue without the former host when it comes back on the air.
The exit comes amid another backlash against the former co-host, including Holly Robinson Peete claiming Sharon Osbourne called her “too ghetto” to be on the show. Plus, former co-hosts Julie Chen and Leah Remini publicly revealed she once referred to Chen as a “wonton” and Remini as “ghetto.”
Sharon Osbourne has denied the allegations, calling them “crap.”
The network issued a statement on the situation, saying, “The events of the March 10 broadcast were upsetting to everyone involved, including the audience watching at home. As part of our review, we concluded that Sharon’s behavior toward her co-hosts during the March 10 episode did not align with our values for a respectful workplace. We also did not find any evidence that CBS executives orchestrated the discussion or blindsided any of the hosts.”