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After surviving drug abuse and a horrifying four-wheeler accident in 2003, it was a fall in his own home that Ozzy Osbourne thought would be the end of him.

The rock legend told The Sun all about the incident, and its aftermath.

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In January, Osbourne got out of his bed to use the bathroom when he tripped on a rug and fell face-first, forcing his neck back violently.

“I thought I was paralyzed. I didn’t freak out, I just lay there knowing it was really bad. Sharon came down and I told her to phone for an ambulance. I went straight in and had an MRI.

“I then didn’t leave for months. I needed surgery to cut through the nerves.”

As a result, he had to undergo surgery to put 15 screws in his spine. After the operation, Osbourne thought his life was over.

Osbourne told The Sun, “I was in absolute shock. I was convinced that Sharon knew something I didn’t. I thought I was dying. I have never felt so bad in my life. It was f--king agony.”

:“Sharon was saying, ‘You’ve got to get out of bed’. I would say, ‘What’s the point, I’m dying’," He continued. "There were many times I thought, ‘I’m done.’ I was scared. I thought that was it.”

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