Sharon, who co-hosted the show for 11 years, claimed that her conversation with Shirley left her “stunned.”
She tweeted: “I panicked, felt caught off guard, became defensive, and let my fear and fear of being accused of being a racist take over…”. “I am not perfect, I am still learning like the rest of us, and will continue to learn, listen and do better.”
In the statement issued to E! CBS News reported on March 26 that the events that occurred during the broadcast on March 10 “disturbed all relevant personnel, including viewers watching at home.”
“As part of our review, we concluded that Sharon’s behavior towards her co-host in the March 10 episode did not conform to our values of respect for the workplace,” the network’s statement continued. “We also did not find any evidence that CBS executives orchestrated the discussion or blinded any moderators.”
CBS stated that they are committed to providing workshops and other training programs “to better serve the presenters, production staff and ultimately the audience.
At the beginning of April, Cheryl broke her silence on this situation In a plot Shirley Underwood Radio Even said that she still likes “Osbournes”.
“I’m not saying the way I like to be treated…” she clarified. “I am very disappointed. I am trying to control how I feel about it because it is a trauma.”