Piers Morgan slams The Talk’s Sheryl Underwood AGAIN and says ‘I don’t believe you after she claims she has PTSD

PIERS Morgan has slammed The Talk host Sheryl Underwood after she said she has PTSD following her row with Sharon Osbourne.

Piers, 56, said Sheryl's claims were "a crock of s**t" as he blasted the CBS star in another scathing post on Twitter.

He lashed out on social media as The Talk returned for the first time since Sheryl's on-air row with Sharon, 68.

In another dramatic turn of events, last night Sheryl broke down in tears and said she had "PSTD" from her battle with Sharon in the first show following a long hiatus.

Her remarks left former Good Morning Britain star Piers, who was defended by Sharon against remarks he was racist, seething.

He shared an article written on US celebrity news site PEOPLE that said in the headline: "Sheryl Underwood experienced PTSD after Sharon Osbourne fight on 'The Talk"

Piers clapped back to his seven million followers: "Oh what a crock of s**t"

His tweet sparked a flurry of comments with one follower writing: "Wonder if she would tell this to a solider who has suffered from PTSD?"

Another wrote beneath his post: "Victimhood is currency".

However, one more urged Piers: "Be kind".

The Talk stars Amanda Kloots, Elaine Welteroth, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Sheryl faced an internal investigation after an explosive on-camera fight involving Sharon Osbourne defending Piers.

Speaking to The Talk's resident psychologist Dr. Grant after they returned last night, Sheryl said: "I didn't want to escalate things with Sharon because I thought I was having a conversation with a friend.

"But also I feel I had to be an example for others to follow because I didn't want to be perceived as the angry Black woman. That really scared me, I didn't want to be that.

"I wanted to remain calm and focused. I just feel the trauma. I feel fearful and apprehensive.

"It is difficult to go back to that day because I feel the trauma. That really scared me."

Sheryl further commented that she really wanted to move past the "PTSD" that she suffered from that day – and insisted she did not lie about not speaking with Sharon after the incident.

 Sharon left the program after an on-air battle when Sheryl made it clear she did not agree with Sharon for defending Piers.

The 56-year-old previously cast doubt on the Meghan Markle's shocking claims during her interview with Oprah Winfrey, which included feeling suicidal while pregnant with her first child.

The co-hosts exchanged furious words before Sharon was left in tears during the heated segment.

Following the intense argument, many fans deemed Sharon's actions as racist as she defended Piers' insensitive comments about Meghan.

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