"The Talk" co-host Sharon Osbourne didn't mince words on "CBS This Morning" as she spoke about her decision to leave NBC's "America's Got Talent" after her son Jack was dropped from an NBC reality TV show.
Jack Osbourne was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in June. Sharon Osbourne says the network discriminated against her son.
Sharon Osbourne said on "CTM," "I'm going to be 60 in October. So I'm at the age where I really want to work with people who I want to. And I felt that the network were not gracious. They handled the situation horribly. They've been backtracking, they've been not gracious with me at all."
NBC has defended itself against her claims. In a statement, NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt said the network "does not discriminate on any basis."
Sharon Osbourne said she hates that she's leaving the show, but added, "I love my principles and my son more."
She said, "I would be a hypocrite if I went, 'Hi guys, how are you doing today?' I'm not that person. They don't like me, and I don't like them."
But Sharon Osbourne said she is still on the air. "Oh, they're stuck with me until next week. They don't want to be, believe me. But I'm going to turn up, and I'm going to do my final (show) and then I'm going to say 'bye.'"
Asked how her 26-year-old son is doing since his diagnosis, Sharon Osbourne said he's "taking care of his health, his diet. That's a huge part of keeping himself well. You have to take care of your immune system... and he's dealing with it, mind, body and spirit. He looks at it that way. He takes care of all of himself."
Jack Osbourne is a new father and Sharon Osbourne, a new grandmother. Sharon Osbourne called the birth of her granddaughter, Pearl Clementine, "a gift from God." She said, "I love the fact that our family is getting bigger, there's more of us. ... It's a gift."
For more with Sharon Osbourne, watch her "CTM" appearance in the video above.