Aimee Osbourne (right), pictured here with Nellie Kim at the 50th New York Film Festival on Oct. 12, 2012, in New York City, wants to follow in her father Ozzy Osbourne's footsteps and pursue a career in music. Getty

For much of her life, Aimee Osbourne might have felt like she was going off the rails on a crazy train. Years ago, Osbourne refused to join her rocker dad and the rest of her family on MTV's "The Osbournes," and it has left lasting effects, including a distant relationship with her sister and brother, Kelly and Jack Osbourne.

In an interview with the Independent, Osbourne, 32, said she's close with her parents, but not with Kelly, 30, and Jack, 29. "I wouldn't say there is an ease between us," she said. "But there is an acceptance. Do we socialize? No."

The oldest child of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne refused to be a part of her family's reality show, which ran from 2001 to 2005. She moved out of the house to avoid being constantly on camera.

While Kelly and Jack have both dealt with drinking and drug problems, Aimee said she did her best to keep her life together. "When you are already surrounded by that kind of thing, you either surrender fully and accept it as your destiny, or you think to yourself, 'You know what? I'm not going to try that, actually.' OK, it may have been their thing," Osbourne said.

Unlike Kelly, who received backlash for a racist comment she made when she appeared on “The View” in early August, Aimee Osbourne has stayed out of trouble and has been trying to make a name for herself in music. Going by the name ARO (her initials), Osbourne released a video in March for her song "Raining Gold."

In an interview with Rolling Stone, she said going by ARO was to avoid the "obvious association" with the name Osbourne. She wants to keep her public and private lives separate, she said. "For me, nothing's more important than having a very clear boundary between the two. That's just part of who I am," she said.

The video for "Raining Gold" can be seen below: