Sharon Osbourne has to went through Ketamine Therapy after she left the show in March when she was accused of using the racist, homophobic and bullying word while interacting with her past co-hosts.
After leaving the show The Talk, Sharon Osbourne developed Anxiety disorder which led her to get the therapy in form of ketamine treatments, this was stated by the former host on Monday.
Sharon Osbourne aged 68, left the show in the month of March after the accusations of using racist, homophobic and bullyging words during the interactions with her former co-hosts, due to these controversial words she faced backlash, she defeneded the Pier Morgan’s controversial comments, telling the Daily Mail,
“I definitely went through a difficult patch at the beginning,” she told the outlet. “I found it embarrassing. The humiliation that people would think that I might be a racist.”
Sharon Osbourne also stated that she and her husband Ozzy Osbourne received numerious death threats for they had to hire round the clock security for the protections. The horrible experience lead her to anxiety disorder and with the suggestion of Sara Gilbert her former co-host Osbourne tried ketramine Therapy.
Osbourne stated saying “I went through three months of therapy, I had ketamine treatment and I got it all out. All the tears and everything that I felt, you know. All of that, it’s gone.”
Ketamine medication is oftenly used on patients as an anesthetic, but people also illegally use to take it to get high, as it can put them into a relaxed or detached state or create hallucinations.
Sharon also said that Ketamine Therapy help her move past her exit from The Talk. She said the doesn’t have any plan to go back into daytime Television.
“I’m not going to go on another TV show that’s talk because I know right now it’s not a safe place to be,” she said. “The slightest thing and you’ve pissed off half the nation and I don’t want to put myself up for that grief. I really don’t.”