Jessica Simpson Purchases Ozzy Osbourne's mansion

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Sharon Osbourne is devastated by husband Ozzy's relapse. Things have taken a dark and tragic turn between the famous couple who once lit up TV screens with their fun, tender relationship on the reality TV show The Osbournes.

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It's no surprise Osbourne is devastated. It always seemed that Ozzy's days of drugs and alcohol were long behind him. But no one is ever completely safe from the disease of addiction, and in Ozzy's case, his demons have reared their heads and devastated his family.

The former America's Got Talent host Sharon Osbourne, 60, opened up about her husband Ozzy's relapse and marital struggles on Tuesday's episode of The Talk.

Despite rumors that Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne are intending to divorce, Mrs. Osbourne set the record straight on their marriage of 31 years.

"I never knew he was using prescription drugs," Sharon said. "I knew he was drinking occasionally, but I didn't realize to the extent. It's our business-we're dealing with it; we're not getting divorced."

But while divorce might not be on the horizon, it doesn't mean things are fine between them. "Am I happy? No," Sharon Osbourne said emphatically. "Am I upset? Yes I am -- I'm devastated right now."

Sharon Osbourne is devastated; watch the happy couple on The Talk in a clip posted just six months ago:

 

The British rock star, 64, posted a note on his Facebook early Tuesday explaining that he has in fact been drinking and taking drugs. "I was in a very dark place and was an a-hole to the people I love most, my family. However, I am happy to say that I am now 44 days sober."

Sharon Osbourne was so devastated by Ozzy's relapse that the two are now living at separate addresses.

Ozzy Osbourne has reportedly moved into a rented mansion in the meantime, while wife Sharon was seen moving into a Beverly Hills property on April 2 -- sans wedding ring.

"They are living at different addresses and not spending any time together," a source told British tabloid the Sun.

"They row a lot. They aren't acting like husband and wife. It is unusual to not even have dinner together when both of them are five minutes apart.

The Prince of Darkness and his wife have struggled to sell their 2.5 acre estate in Los Angeles' Hidden Hills since July 2011. Jessica Simpson and fiancé Eric Johnson have come to the real-estate rescue, scooping the property for $11.5 million. The gated, cul-de-sac real estate was originally purchased by the "Prince of Darkness" and his wife  for $12.4 million in 2007.

The 11,000 square-foot house boasts six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a separate guest house with kitchenette, a theatre, spa, workout facilities, studio space, swimming pool with and outdoor shower, commode and seating enclaves and spacious barbecue island. The family room offers an oversized sliding doors, beamed vaulted ceilings reclaimed brick fireplace. The master suite features a stone fireplace, sitting area and a walk-in closet that Simpson will transform into a baby room.

The Osbournes are devastated now, but for a long time they were known as one of the happiest married couples in the nation. The Osbournes, filmed in the Beverly Hills home where Sharon and Ozzy lived with children Jack and Kelly (whose older sister Aimee declined to be a part of the show), frequently highlighted the playful banter and loving displays of affection between Sharon and Ozzy.

But as Sharon Osbourne has been devastated by Ozzy's relapse, they'll have to find another home where they can pick up the pieces of their decades-long marriage. The home featured on The Osbournes is now long behind them: Christina Aguilera bought the Beverly Hills home seen in the hit reality TV show.

We hope Sharon and Ozzy find a peaceful place to reunite soon, where Ozzy can recover from the addictions that have devastated Sharon and both can move forward in a positive light.

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