Published: Wed, September 13, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Sinead O'Connor On Dr Phil Last Night

Sinead O'Connor On Dr Phil Last Night

"She was not well. She was very, very, very, not well", the 50-year-old Grammy victor alleged to Dr. Phil. I would say she was possessed. Further, she detailed the abuse she experienced at the hands of her mother (from ages 0 to 13 she said), didn't refute Dr. Phil's claim that she had attempted to kill herself eight times, and said she wrote a suicide note on her guitar.

Explaining what she went through as a child, she adds: "She [her mother] ran a torture chamber". It was a torture chamber. "She was a person who would smile and delight when she was hurting you". I don't want to make out like I'm a victim. "I would have taken care of her even if she was an absolute monster".

Sinead's mom died in a auto crash when she was 19, and now the 50-year-old has opened up about the continuing problems those awful memories have on her.

In addition to remembering some of the trauma and abuse Sinead said she experienced as a child, Dr. Phil also addressed her singing career and said he reached out to David Foster about working with Sinead.

Sinead O'Connor's Dr. Phil episode premieres Tuesday, September 12th.

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In the video, O'Connor - who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2003 - sobbed as she talked about being away from her family and her feelings of isolation.

'What happened was I was writing to my family, begging letters and angry letters.

'It thought it may be better if they saw, my family, they could relate to it. It's not easy for families of mentally ill people, we can be hard. "We can be hard", she explained. "I hope this comforts those of you were concerned".

O'Connor recorded a troubling video that went viral in a New Jersey hotel room.


Sinead O'Connor has given an emotional interview about her troubled life and reveals she is "fed up of being defined as the insane person".

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"I'm not going to die, I'm not going to die but still this is no way for people to be living", she said.

"There's absolutely nobody in my life except my doctor, my psychiatrist - the sweetest man on earth, who says I'm his hero - and that's about the only thing keeping me alive at the moment".

According to McGraw, O'Connor has recently spent time in a psychiatric inpatient facility, which has helped put her on the right track to recovery.

The Irish singer-songwriter, best known for her cover of Prince's "Nothing Compares 2 U", elsewhere speaks of how she's "fed up of being defined as the insane person".

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