Past drug and alcohol use has 'damaged' my body

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Kelly Osbourne has admitted in the latest episode of her family's podcast that her body has gone “in a pickle” due to drug and alcohol use in the past.

June 5, 2024, published at 7:44 PM ET

Kelly Osbourne recently admitted that her past drug and alcohol use has left her body 'pickled' RadarOnline.com can reveal.

The English media personality, 39, opened up about her drunken past with parents Ozzy And Sharon, as well as younger brother, Jac38, in the latest episode of her family's podcast, The Osbournes.

The show featured an emergency doctor for a discussion about health, and at one point the conversation turned to colon cancer, which Kelly's mother was diagnosed with in 2002. Sharon, 71, revealed she had had a preventative double mastectomy. in 2012 and is now in remission.

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“Colon [cancer] is very common,” Sharon said as her daughter intervened, “and it takes so many women because women don't think about being checked.”

Kelly then joked, “I hope I embalmed myself so I never get cancer,” adding, “I'm definitely pickled from all the drugs and alcohol.”

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Sharon Osbourne is concerned about the health of friends
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Kelly feared she was at risk of developing bowel cancer, like her mother Sharon, who is now in remission.

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“It runs in the family, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree,” Kelly continued. Jack replied, “I'm not a doctor, but I don't think that's how it works.”

Kelly then added, “In all seriousness, no jokes, if I were to get anything, because me and my mom are so similar in all of our health issues, that's the one thing I'm definitely getting checked for: colon cancer.”

“And you're at the age now where you need to do it,” her mother added.

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Ozzy Osbourne also experienced his own addiction battles.

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Later in the show, she recalled once drinking a drink that she “didn't know was laced with LSD,” explaining, “It was horrible and I will never do it again.”

When she asked her musician father, who faced his own past addiction battles, “Has anyone ever drugged you?” Ozzy, 75, drew laughter from the group when he jokingly replied, “Yes, me.”

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Kelly Osbourne comments on the toughest setback of the year
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Kelly relapsed in 2021 after four years of sobriety, calling it “the hardest year of my life.”

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Kelly's addiction issues are no secret, as the former reality TV star was in and out of rehab for years. In late 2021, after four years of sobriety, RadarOnline.com broke the news that she had checked into a facility for the seventh time after admitting that she had relapsed early this year due to a “nervous breakdown.”

“This past year has been the hardest year of my life,” she told her Instagram followers at the time. “I was compliant and completely broken. I'm still putting myself back together.”

The media personality claimed to have maintained her sobriety since leaving the facility in Austin, Texas and returning to her home in Los Angeles, California in 2022.

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