Coming under fire after wife Lisa Stelly first tweeted of the incident -- in which Osbourne and his friend Tyler resuscitated a woman and remained by her side until paramedics arrived -- the newlywed wrote on his Facebook page that he wasn't the only lifesaver that day.
"I never said I was the sole contributor in the rescue," Osbourne -- who spent five years as a police reserve and is trained in CPR -- wrote. "In fact, I haven't said anything at all. The last thing I want to do is take all of the credit when in fact there were a few people who helped save her life."
Osbourne, 26, went on to detail how he and his friend Tyler, a former Army operator, assisted five other Good Samaritans in resuscitation efforts under the direction of a neurosurgeon from Japan. Osbourne and his friend lifted the woman onto spine board and took over chest compressions while a golf cart took her from the beach to a nearby hotel and awaiting ambulance.
"During his attempt, I was holding the woman's lifeless body so she wouldn't fall from the moving vehicle," Osbourne writes. "Tyler and I switched positions, and I straddled the woman in order to get the right amount of leverage for the chest compressions. Once we arrived, we waited for the EMT for approximately 4-6 minutes. During that time, I continued to administer chest compressions. As soon as the EMTs arrived, I backed away and let them take over."
According to Osbourne, the woman he helped rescue is on the mend. "I hope she has a speedy recovery," the documentary producer wrote to conclude his Facebook post.
Osbourne and actress Stelly, 27, the parents to daughter Pearl, 6 months, tied the knot October 8 as his mom Sharon, dad Ozzy and sister Kelly looked on. "I cried tears of joy from beginning to end," the groom's mother later recounted of the emotional wedding ceremony.