latest on one of reality tv and rock music's most famous couples. Are ozzy and sharon osbourne calling it quits? We sure hope not. He has made a major confession about a relapse into substance abuse.... See More
latest on one of reality tv and rock music's most famous couples. Are ozzy and sharon osbourne calling it quits? We sure hope not. He has made a major confession about a relapse into substance abuse. Abc's abbie boudreau has the story. Reporter: They've never been shy about airing dirty laundry on tv. You're drunk. Reporter: Ozzy osbourne has been open about his struggles with drugs and alcohol. He was self-medicating because of everything that just happened with me. Reporter: And now after 31 years of marriage new rumors this week the osbournes are separating and that ozzy is allegedly no longer sober. When you lose your sobriety at this point in your life you can also lose your life. Reporter: Despite the allegations their son jack took to twitter sunday to shoot down the rumors saying it's all , moving on. Sharon was spotted moving out of her home into a new one without ozzy and without her wedding ring. Then on monday, ozzy coming clean on his facebook page writing for the last year and a half I've been drinking and taking drugs. However, I'm happy to say that i am now 44 days sober. Just to set the record straight, sharon and I are not divorcing. I'm just trying to be a better person. She's my whole world. Reporter: It's not the first time this famous duo has faced tough times. Both of their children, cali and jack had struggled with their own addictions. So bad, the tylenol and vi vicodin was wearing away my stomach. Reporter: Sharon's double mastectomy and jack's shocking ms diagnosis. He's great. Reporter: Abc news reached out to the osbournes for comment but they did not respond. When sharon says I'm not coming home till I'm convinced you're 100% sober, I take her at her word. ♪ I'm coming home ♪ Reporter: While sharon has kept quiet she did tell her twitter followers that ozzfest is just two months away, a possible sign of better times. Abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles.
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