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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.  

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Colorist Michelle Pugh wants to tell her side of the story surrounding her affair with Ozzy Osbourne, details of which surfaced in late May.

Things spun out of control when Kelly Osbourne tweeted out Pugh’s cell number to get back at her father for his indiscretion.

Pugh told People Magazine that their affair started in 2012, a year after she first started coloring Ozzy’s hair.

"When I say he gave me the greatest love of my life, I mean it," she said.

"He made me feel like the most beautiful and worshipped woman in the world."  

What’s awkward is that Ozzy himself denies that their relationship was purely about sex, since he admitted to having an addiction.

Ozzy confirmed to Good Morning America recently that he and his wife, Sharon were back together, and he issued a warning to Pugh via his reps.

"He is sorry if Ms. Pugh took their sexual relationship out of context," the rep stated in response to the story. 

"He would like to apologize to the other women he has been having sexual relationships with. Since his relationship with Ms. Pugh was exposed, Ozzy has gone into intense therapy."

Pugh isn’t buying it, though.  She insists that Ozzy was "unhappy" in his 24-year marriage to Sharon.

What’s more, Pugh pointed out, Ozzy "consistently and willingly and generously" gave "his love" to her.

The attraction, Pugh insists, was based on chemistry.

"We just had it. It’s that indescribable thing in life, and you can’t deny it. And he didn’t."

Pugh says she understands why Ozzy broke it off.

"He is a grown man. He is capable of making the decision to be with me. If he has chosen to not be, that is fine. I accept it and move on," she said.

"But he has been my best friend for the last few years, so of course I am grieving the loss for that." "I still love him," she added.

"And I would never exploit the truly personal and private parts of what we had. That’s not me. I’m going to stand tall and proud and say, ‘This is me. I’m not ashamed.’

"I fell in love with a man that gave me the love I never knew I could receive."

Does Pugh have a right to speak up?  Or is she exploiting their relationship?