Jack Osbourne Diagnosed With Mulitple Sclerosis

June 18, 2012 By:
Jack Osbourne Diagnosed With Mulitple Sclerosis

Two weeks after the birth of his daughter, Jack Osbourne was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

In an interview with People magazine, Jack and Sharon give the details of the recent emotional and upsetting discovery of his current health condition.

"I was just angry and frustrated and kept thinking, 'Why now? I've got a family and that's what's supposed to be the most important thing."

MS is a chronic disease that affects the nervous system (brain and spinal cord) which can create both physical and mental issues such as muscle control, vision, balance and cognitive thinking.

The disease affects each person differently, with the problems ranging from mildly annoying to completely debilitating, though People stresses that most fall somewhere between those two extremes.

Though the public was privy to much of his tumultuous teen growing pains on his families realty show, The Osbournes, the 26-year-old recently tweeted pride regarding his nine years of sobriety (has it been that long since we watched him go through rehab?!?!?).

He’s currently working on a career as a producer/ director, and just announced the birth of his first daughter with fiancee Lisa Stelly a couple of weeks ago.

We are saddened by the diagnosis and wish all of the Osbournes well in coping with the discovery and any future issues it may cause.

Hopefully it will have minimal impact on him, his family and his career, allowing him to truly focus on that that matters most.