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Sharon Forgets Passport, Misses Huge Ozzy Gig - (antimusic) Sharon Osbourne Explains Missing Ozzy Playing To 80,000 Fans was a top story on Thursday: Ozzy Osbourne's wife and manager Sharon explained in more detail why she was forced to miss her husband's performance to 80,000 fans at the Hell & Heaven Fest last Saturday (May 5th) in Mexico City. Sharon first told fans via Instagram, writing, Ozzy on his way to Mexico and performing in front of 80,000 people and I had to miss the whole thing as I forgot my passport at home in the U.S." She later went into more details on the CBS show The Talk. She explained (via BW&BK), "I was on that plane, and we landed in Mexico City at like twenty to six in the evening on Friday, and I realized I had forgotten my passport," says Sharon. "So the first thing you think of is, 'Oh. If I sit here, I can get somebody to bring me my passport. I'll sit here for five hours. We're in the airport, and then I can go through immigration. Well, no. I couldn't. They wanted to put [me] in a holding tank. "Ozzy had a show to get to and all of the guys were going to the show, he had to leave me. And so I'm there with the pilot, and then, we were saying, 'Somebody will come with the passport.' They said, 'No you can't. It doesn't work that way. You have to leave the country.'"

The Used Address Restraining Order Reports Against Former Member - (antimusic) The Used have issued a public statement following a tabloid report from the celebrity gossip site TMZ that claimed the band received a restraining order against former guitarist Justin Shekoski. The band write, "Due to personal and artistic differences, Justin is no longer the guitar player for The Used. As a band we strive for an honest transparent connection with our fans. Despite the sensationalism and immoral reporting of media publications that we had nothing to do with, we as a band had to take the proper legal precautions. "The safety of our fans, crew and fellow band members is our biggest priority. Even and especially in the toughest times, the threat of suicide should never be taken lightly. "We ask that you respect the privacy of everyone involved during this process. If you or someone you love is struggling with suicidal thoughts, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255."

Murderdolls and Dope drummer Ben Graves Dead At 45 - (antimusic) Former Murderdolls and Dope drummer Ben Graves passed away at the age of 45 on Wednesday after a battle with cancer, according to a social media post from his his fiancee Lydia. Lydia Munster broke the sad news to fans with the following, "This is incredibly hard for me to write this, but I know it is necessary because Ben has so many friends and fans. Most of you don't know that Ben has been battling cancer for the last 11 months. It was his decision to keep his health very quiet. "Ben passed away today, May 9th 2018, from complications due to his cancer. His diagnosis was grim but he fought a long and hard battle to try and beat it and overcome the odds. Some battles can't be won no matter how hard you try. "Please respect me, his family and close friends while we grieve. Even though we knew it was eventually coming, the complication was sudden and very unexpected. "It's devastating to lose someone you love more than yourself. My heart is broken, my heart died with him. We will be taking him home to Massachusetts. I will organize a memorial for Ben's LA friends, details to follow."




 



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