Sharon Osbourne back home after suffering medical episode, son Jack says

Sharon Osbourne was on the mend Saturday night after suffering an unknown medical episode while filming an episode of her son Jack’s TV show.

Jack Osbourne posted a message on Instagram that said his mother had been given the “all clear” by her doctors and was back home recouping.

The former “The Talk” co-host fell ill while filming an episode of Jack’s “Night of Terror” show and was rushed to Santa Paula Hospital, according to reports.

By Saturday evening, Sharon’s health appeared to be stable, and the brief scare was perhaps not that serious.

“She has been given the all clear from her medical team and is now home,” Jack Osbourne said in a Saturday Instagram story.

“As to what happened to my mum — I’m gonna leave it to her to share about when she is ready.”

Santa Paula Police Chief Don Aguilar told The Post the 70-year-old TV personality was shooting a paranormal show at the Glen Tavern Inn when she became unwell.

The tavern has been documented in several documentaries for its paranormal activity, and Jack clarified that his mother wasn’t filming for “Ghost Adventures,” as some outlets reported, when she became sick.

“MY MOTHER WASNT FILMING A EPISODE OF @ghostadventures. She was filing a new episode of Night of Terror with me. Hahaha,” Jack wrote on his story.

Jack said his mother was filming an episode of a TV show with him when she fell ill.

Sharon Osbourne goes house hunting.
Osbourne will reveal what happened “when she is ready,” Jack said.


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Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula.
The duo were filming at the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula.

An ambulance arrives to the scene.
A source told The Post Friday that the incident was not life-threatening.


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Jack is a paranormal and alien investigator and hosts the series “Night of Terror.” His family appeared in the 2020 installments “The Osbournes: Night of Terror” and “The Osbournes Want to Believe.”

Sharon Osbourne has not made any announcements about her medical episode, though a source told The Post Friday that it was “non-life threatening.”

She has been open about her previous medical history, even going so far as documenting her 2002 treatments for colon cancer on her family’s MTV’s reality show “The Osbournes.”

The last public mention Osbourne made concerning her health was in May when she revealed she had COVID-19.

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