The more things change, the more they stay the same. Listening to Sharon Osbourne talk, remembering what I read about Roman times, it makes me wonder if many of our wealthy have this sick kind of mentality. Is this what rich people are like? Where is the criminal liability for Sharon Osbourne in this case for sending one of her employees into a fire with an oxygen mask to retrieve one of her paintings? This is criminal negligence on her part. Her husband's assistant is not a trained fireman nor should he risk his life for any of her paintings (and why in God's name would he even agree to go into a burning house/mansion to retrieve one of her damned paintings). But I guess some people like Sharon Osbourne and Trump really are above the law and that it is a myth that "nobody is above the law." Am I wrong here? It doesn't seem like I am. Thoughts anybody?
Chloe Melas of CNN wrote:
Sharon Osbourne has a shocking confession.
The co-host of CBS' "The Talk" appeared on the BBC hit show "Would I Lie To You?" Christmas special and made a wicked claim.
The panel show features celebrity guests who tell some true and some not-so-true tales to the fellow guests, who have to decide whether the guest is telling the truth.
In this case, Osbourne claims it's all true.
Osbourne says that during a house fire that started after she and her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, accidentally left a candle burning, she forced a former assistant to go back into the blaze to recover precious artwork.
She also said that once the paramedics arrived, she proceeded to rip the staffer's oxygen mask off his face and give it to her dog instead.
But despite taking on the daring task of entering the burning home, the former assistant was fired, she said on the BBC broadcast.
Why? Because the staffer didn't laugh about the incident.
https://www.cnn.com/2019/12/27/entertai ... index.html
Here is the video where Sharon says this is all true by her own admission:
There is this too-
Tobi Akingbade of Evening Standard wrote:Sharon Osbourne has revealed she forced a former employee into her burning house to save artwork, before terminating their employment for not laughing about the situation afterwards.
Osbourne made the confession on the Would I Lie To You? Christmas special, admitting she tore an oxygen mask off the assistant’s face and gave it to one of her dogs before sending him back inside the fire.
Tobi Akingbade of Evening Standard wrote:She woke up his assistant, ordering him to “go in and get the paintings out.”
When he initially refused, Sharon told him: “How very dare you. You work here and you get more paintings out right now.”
Sharon added: “I took the mask and I put it on my dog. After this terrible night he was not talking to me. Ozzy and I were recounting everything and we were laughing and laughing. He goes, ‘I don’t see what is funny about any of this. I think I’m going to have damaged lungs.’
That's an evil heartless woman (Sharon Osbourne) right there without a soul.
https://www.standard.co.uk/showbiz/cele ... 21906.html
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