Celebrity Feuds: Vince Neil Attacks Sharon Osbourne in New Book
Submitted by Matt Murai on September 13, 2010
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Vince Neil has continued his ongoing feud with Sharon Osbourne by calling her the "most evil" woman he knows in his upcoming autobiography.
In the book Tattoos & Tequila: To Hell and Back with One of Rock's Most Notorious Frontmen, Neil says he still resents how he and his Mötley Crüe bandmates were treated by the rock matriarch when they supported Ozzy Osbourne on tour in the mid-1990s.
"It just really sickens me today to watch everybody fawning all over Sharon Osbourne," the 49-year-old writes in an excerpt published on the Hachette Book Group website. "She's a talent judge on TV and she has her own show and this and that. This is the most evil, s--tiest woman I've ever met in my life. She would f--king have you killed if it was to her advantage… If people really knew."
Ironically, Mötley Crüe spent the summer touring with Ozzy Osbourne on the Ozzfest tour, which had some people believing the singer had made up with the rocker's wife.
Neil's new book arrives in stores later this month.