By Sandra Rose  | 

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Earlier, it was reported that embattled "The Talk" co-host Sharon Osbourne was officially canceled.

Now more details have emerged about Osbourne's apparent bigotry.

According to actress Leah Rimini, Osbourne called former colleague Julie Chen "slanty eyes" and lesbian actress Sara Gilbert a "pu--y licker."

Remini told journalist Yashar Ali that Osbourne flew into a rage when she believed Chen was trying to take center stage on the show.

Remini recalled an outburst by Osbourne during the morning show's first season.

"I mean, who the f–k does slanty eyes think she is? She shouldn't be pillow-talking with our boss," Osbourne allegedly said — referring to Chen and her husband, Les Moonves, who was the head of CBS at the time.

Osbourne allegedly called out Gilbert for not doing anything about Chen. "Why won't the pu**y licker do anything about the wonton?" and "Why won't the fish-eater be part of this discussion? She's the f**king executive producer."

Osbourne's publicist, Howard Bragman, told Ali in a statement, "The only thing worse than a disgruntled former employee is a disgruntled former talk show host."

He said Osbourne was "kind, collegial and friendly with her hosts... inviting them to her home in the UK and other gestures of kindness too many to name."

He added: "She will survive this, as she always has and her heart will remain open and good, because she refuses to let others take her down."