In what could be an alarming development in the unfolding saga of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne’s marriage breakdown, the Black Sabbath rock star has gone missing and cannot be tracked down, with his children “worried” about him and urging him to make contact, according to some reports.

Their 30 year old son Jack, in particular, is said to be desperate to talk to his father but can’t find him anywhere, having contacted stylist Michelle Pugh, the person with whom Ozzy is alleged to have cheated. However, she did not turn up for work on Sunday.

Ozzy OsbourneOzzy Osbourne in February 2016

“Jack tried to get hold of Ozzy because he thinks he might talk some sense into him,” a source told The Sun on Sunday (May 8th). “He and his sisters Kelly (31) and Aimee (33) are worried about him and a bit shocked by what has gone on.”

“But Sharon is in an unforgiving mood and does not want him in the house, so it’s a difficult position. Sharon has got a fiery temper but after a row they often kiss and make up. It is a bit different this time though and she is extremely angry with Ozzy.”

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This follows the sensational story which developed over the weekend, claiming that Sharon, 63, kicked her husband out of their home after accusing him of having an affair with 45 year old Michelle who works in a Los Angeles salon.

After this happened, he was believed to have gone to the Beverly Hills Hotel, but is now no longer believed to be staying there.

Osbourne familyThe Osbourne family at the 2016 Pride of Britain Awards

Some friends and family are concerned that the 67 year old rock legend, who has previously battled addiction to drugs and alcohol, could hit the skids and are increasingly worried about his physical well-being. It isn’t known whether he has a mobile phone with him.

“Ozzy is in a hotel somewhere and has taken his credit cards and some money with him,” the source contined. “But he is not brilliant on his own and is a bit like a puppy — he goes missing but then usually turns up sooner or later.”

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