Why Sharon and Ozzy Called the Cops
01/07/2003 AT 01:00 PM EST
According to the Los Angeles Times, an unidentified female agent from the ICM talent agency claims that she won an Asprey jeweler diamond necklace at a raffle during the party. Sharon Osbourne, 50, however, maintains the drawing was strictly for invited guests -- and that nobody had invited the agent. (The party reportedly had a casino theme, and the Village People entertained.)
According to a Beverly Hills police report filed by the Osbournes, the hosts asked the woman to give back the necklace, which is purportedly worth $15,000.
She clearly did not. Police haven't divulged the woman's name because at this time she is not a suspect in any crime, the Times reports.
Meanwhile, ICM is sticking by its embattled agent. According to a statement released by the firm, "ICM categorically denies the false and reckless charges made by Sharon Osbourne. ... The agent in question was the guest of a close friend of the Osbourne family and won raffle tickets for the necklace in a fair manner and without any inappropriate conduct."
Police are determining whether the case should be handed over to the district attorney.