She broke up a family and blabbed about her affair with Ozzy Osbourne, but Michelle Pugh refuses to be publicly shamed.
The colorist, who had a four-year affair with Ozzy, confirmed to People Magazine that she's suing Kelly Osbourne for "defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress and public disclosure of public facts" after the TV personality shared Pugh's phone number on Twitter back in May.
"Anyone looking for cheap chunky LOW-lights a blow out and a blowjob call ________," Kelly tweeted, listing out Michelle's number.
"I am a private individual. I am not a celebrity," Michelle told People.
"My private life is off limits."
Michelle said she sent Kelly a cease and desist letter in May after seeing the Tweet, but alleges it wasn't immediately taken down.
What's more, Michelle alleges, she won't tolerate being bullied or shamed for the affair.
"I am not asking for anyone's approval, but the difference between someone's disapproval, and shaming and harassing publicly, that's verbal abuse," Michelle said in response to her affair with Ozzy.
"Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but you are not allowed to bully other people."
Ozzys' reps have already responded to Michelle's claims that theirs was a true love affair, suggesting that the she "took their relationship out of context."
And so, as Ozzy reconciles with Sharon Osbourne, Michelle is left to pick up the pieces of her life that were torn apart by the public, thanks to Kelly.
"Not only have they stated their speculation, but they have come out and attacked me, berated me, and publicly shamed me on a global scale," Michelle told people.
"Once it is on the Internet, it is out there for the whole world to see and it is always going to be there... The point is you cannot violate someone's privacy like that."