Simon Cowell "Living in World of Debauchery" Says Sharon Osbourne

| by I Need My Fix

Simon Cowell was living in a 'world of debauchery' according to former X Factor judge Sharon Osbourne who is pissed that she is included in his tell all biography that he apparently cooperated on according to U.K.'s Mirror.

When it was revealed in Tom Bower's Sweet Revenge: The Intimate Life Of Simon Cowell that he had an affair with Dannii Minogue (while she was on the show), Osbourne apparently had a meltdown over it. But that's not so she tells the Mirror:

“I’m not Simon’s mother – I don’t give a toss who he f****.

"That’s none of my business. I think Simon thought he’d have complete control over this book.

“But how dare he bring me into it now? I don’t want to be dragged into his little world of debauchery, thank you very much.

“I get on absolutely fine with Simon – and he will be fine – but I am p***** off to be brought into it all again.”

She is also claiming that he was seeing three women at once:

“We all knew Simon and Dannii were seeing each other, it wasn’t a secret. I don’t know why he tried to hide it from everyone though – he’d already split from Terri.

“But it’ll be interesting whether the book mentions he was seeing Mezhgan, Jasmine and Julia at the same time.”

Mezhgan of course was his then-fiancee and the Jasmine she refers to is model Jasmine Lennard and his personal make-up artist is Julia Carta.

The book portrays Osbourne as an out-of-control star, and Cheryl Cole as a manipulator who acts like a victim. Sharon explains the reason she left the show in 2008:


“Dannii wanted to be the mistress of Simon Cowell – and the mistress of X Factor.

"But I didn’t leave the show because Simon and Dannii were f******, I left because she became unbearable. She started bossing everyone around, even the producers.”

The author of the book claims he spent hundreds of hours on his private yacht and plane, but Cowell's people are calling it an unauthorized autobiography. Apparently several of Simon's 'friends' also spoke to the author.

The book hits newsstands on Friday.