Sharon Osbourne has lifted the lid on the harrowing threats sent to her by twisted trolls.

The star sensationally quit The Talk last month following an explosive row with Sheryl Underwood over Meghan Markle ’s bombshell Oprah interview.

The Brit defended her friend Piers Morgan who suggested that Meghan fabricated aspects of the interview in a bid to win over international audiences.

She was then hit by accusations of racism on the show as Holly Robinson Peete claimed "condescending" Sharon called her "too ghetto" for the show.

Speaking in her first interview since quitting, Sharon says she has been sent warped throat-cutting death threats on social media.

She left The Talk following her on-air comments last month
She left The Talk following her on-air comments but has revealed the sick threats she has faced

Promises to poison her beloved dogs were also made in the fall-out to her exit from the show.

Her children Jack and Kelly have also received vile messages from online trolls but she says she won't stop fighting.

Sharon accused her former co-star Sheryl of ‘trying to destroy her reputation' as she says claims of racism are "insane".

The 68-year-old doesn't want the claims to be her legacy in America as vowed to fight to clear her name.

The row started when Sharon defended her pal Piers Morgan
The row started when Sharon defended her pal Piers Morgan

"I was getting death threats," Sharon told the Mail's You magazine.

"They were going to kill my little dogs. They were saying: 'We’re going to poison the dogs'.

"Then they were saying 'we’re going to come in the night and cut your throat' - and sending terrible stuff to the kids, too."

On Friday, Sharon called her former co-stars "disgruntled b****es" during an appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher.

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Flatly denying the allegations of racism made against her, the star said: "I never, ever said that Leah Remini was a whatever she said.

"I don't even use though words. They're not in my vocabulary.

"And for Holly, I think I said when I printed the text that she sent me after she said I got her fired. In the text she said, 'I know it was Julie. I know it was Les. I'm thinking of suing."

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