Sharon Osbourne reveals someone 'maxed out' her and husband Ozzy's credit cards

Jenna Ryu, USA TODAY
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Sharon Osbourne opened about her and husband Ozzy's recent experience as victims of credit card fraud.

On Tuesday's episode of "The Talk," the 68-year-old TV personality revealed someone had stolen and maxed out their credit cards on Monday. Osbourne made the revelation during a segment about Conan O'Brien's recent burglary experience, which she called "so wrong."

"It's my (daughter) Kelly's birthday today. I went out last night to pick up her gift," she said. "I give my credit card and they come back and say, 'Do you have another credit card? It didn't go through.' I said, 'Just try it again, put it through again.' Still didn't go through. … I hand them Ozzy's.'"

After multiple attempts to use either of the credit cards, she said her credit card company informed her that both were "maxed out."​

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"Someone rang up charges and maxed out Ozzy's card and my card. I called through to the credit card company and they go, 'No, no, no, you're maxed out, so is Ozzy.' I'm like, 'I don't go to that store, or to that store.' "

Osbourne says the issue still isn't resolved, but that "they'll work it out."

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On Monday, O'Brien announced on his show that when and his team returned that morning to Largo at the Coronet, the music venue they've been taping at since July, they discovered a person stolen "a couple of laptops," which the crew uses to conduct virtual interviews via Zoom, plus a production slate, used on camera at the beginning of a shot to sync audio and video during the editing process.

"We got robbed, Andy. Robbed!" O'Brien said to his announcer, Andy Richter. "Whoever broke in here had to stare what I think is about 350 cardboard cutouts of exuberant fans in the eyes and say 'hey, don't mind me, I'm going to steal some (expletive).'"

He continued: "This kind of (expletive) isn't happening to other shows. No one breaks in to 'The Tonight Show' and steals all the equipment... We've become this garage band that drives around, we've got our van, parked it in an alley and someone broke in and took our amps. ... What kind of new low is that for us?"

Osbourne reacted to the news on her show, praising O'Brien for his lighthearted humor amid the tough situation.

"You know what, he's trying to give everyone some entertainment to make people feel as normal as possible," she said. "A little fun at the end of every day. It's wrong."

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Contributing: Hannah Yasharoff

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