Kelly Osbourne, Luke Worrall, Twitter


Kelly Osbourne would just as soon bite the head off a bat as she would see her ex-beau again.

Ozzy's little girl went on a Twitter rampage Monday against former fiancé Luke Worrall, whom she broke up with last summer amid allegations he was unfaithful, accusing him of sleeping with hundreds of girls.

"Don't think I have ever felt so stupid he made a fool of me going to be off Twitter for a while never felt heart brake [sic] like this in my life," tweeted Osbourne.

But it didn't stop there.

  • "I am and always will be 2 good 4 @luke_worrall darling ur pretty face will only get you so far because u don't have the brains to back it up," she wrote.
  • "He is the worst thing that ever happened to me I don't give a f--k what happens to him anymore."
  • He used me for my money and a free ride he is lucky I am not spilling the hole truth about what he did!

The 26-year-old Osbourne split from the 20-year-old Worrall back in July, ending a relationship that began in May 2008 and culminated in their short-lived engagement. At the time she did her best to keep quiet about the reasons for the breakup.

With this latest rant, it's clear the Fashion Police cohost has yet to heal. And some revelations she had over the Christmas holiday made her feel even worse.

"F--king 100's of girls as we as men behind my back all he did was use me all girls beware of @Luke_worral he is a using C--t!" she continued. "@Luke_worrall is the biggest piece of s--t he has been trying to get back w/ me I only came home for Xmas to see him mean while he has been.

"Thank god for my family that's all I have to say."

For his part, Worrall seemed nonplussed by Osbourne's tirade.

"Lies on twitter awesome," he tweeted back, adding "I'm not going to spill personal business over Twitter I'm not that low!"

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