KORN Get Into A Scrap With KELLY OSBOURNE At New York City Bash

March 9, 2003

People magazine reports that a member of the KORN entourage — possibly someone in the band — said or did something that annoyed Kelly Osbourne at a late-night New York City bash thrown by Blender magazine on Feb. 22 at Manhattan's Wye bar. Eyewitnesses say a friend of Kelly's then shoved the offender away, sparking a brawl. Security quickly escorted the parties out of the nightclub. Although Osbourne's camp wouldn't give details, a rep for KORN claims the band was not involved. "They were just sitting there when glasses started flying," she says.

A photo of Kelly and her guitarist leaving the party after the alleged fight was posted online by London Features International at this location.

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