Ozzy Osbourne's mistress reaches settlement with Kelly Osbourne
Ozzy Osbourne's ex-mistress and his daughter Kelly Osbourne have reached a settlement.
Hairdresser Michelle Pugh - who initially filed a complaint against the former 'Fashion Police' star seeking compensatory and punitive damages in August - had accused her ex-lover's offspring of having "stimulated controversy for the purpose of making money" after she took to Twitter to leak her phone number online when news of her affair with the Black Sabbath rocker was made public.
Kelly tweeted at the time: "Anyone looking for cheap chunky LOW-lights a blow out and a blowjob call *********** (sic)"
Now, just days after the amended complaint was filed against the 31-year-old beauty, it seems the case has been resolved.
Michelle's lawyer F. Edie Mermelstein told People magazine: "The tweets have been removed and the lawsuit has been privately resolved. The resolution statement is mutual."
It is not yet known what the settlement involved, or how it was reached.
The original court documents accused Kelly of using her Twitter account to "paint a target" on Michelle when she released the number back in May.
Michelle also accused Kelly of disregarding Twitter's policies, as well as claiming that the star had "violated her right to privacy" and caused her "severe emotional distress."
The hairdresser also hit out at her 67-year-old former lover - who is married to TV personality Sharon Osbourne - in the legal documents, saying that he wooed her with "false promises and false representations". Despite her claims, she also noted that she had no regrets about her affair with the rocker.
She said: "You happen to meet someone and you have an amazing connection and it's not desirable to act upon it. End of story.
"Do I realise that certain people will not understand? Yes. I am not asking for anyone's approval.
"Love is never a mistake. Even when it's messy and even when it hurts."