OZZY OSBOURNE Slams Fraudulent Door

November 11, 2005

According to ContactMusic.com, Ozzy Osbourne has dashed a man's plans to raise money for charity by auctioning the front door of the rocker's childhood home — by insisting it's a fraud.

Ali Mubarrat is so sick of fans of the rocker making pilgrimages to the property in Aston, Birmingham, England, and leaving graffiti on the front door — he wants to take it down and give it away.

Earlier this year Mubarratrevealed he is considering giving the door to a fan or auctioning it on eBay and giving the proceeds to charity.

But Ozzy says, "This guy is talking about selling my old front door on eBay. But it's not the Ozzy Osbourne front door. It's been replaced. We weren't posh enough to have glass on our door."

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