Sinead O'Connor slams manager following release of troubling video

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"I want you to know that you are my hero, as well", says Apple, 39, who has also publicly discussed her own struggles with mental illness. I love you", O'Connor wrote, before appearing to thank TV therapist Dr. Phil McGraw: "Oh! In the 12-minute video, O'Connor, 50, tearfully explained she was living in a Travelodge motel in New Jersey.

O'Connor then accused Garfield of entering her apartment without her permission and taking her property.

Hours before Apple's video aired, Sinead assured fans she's back on medication for her mental health issues. You've given so much and I wish I could be there.

"I just saw the video of you and I don't want you to feel like that", she continues.

Apple has also posted footage of O'Connor's performance at the 1989 Grammy Awards on YouTube. "I've walked this earth alone for two years now as punishment for being mentally f-ing ill and being angry that nobody will f-ing take care of me, specifically for being suicidal".

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It was later confirmed that O'Connor was "safe" and "surrounded by love".

Sinead has fired some emotional accusations at her ex-manager. Despite her own heartbreak, she is always concerned about the suffering of others and how she can use her voice to help them. She also informed Garfield that he'll soon be receiving a cease and desist letter and that her lawyer will be filing a complaint with the Edgewater, N.J. police department on her behalf, regarding Garfield's alleged "fraudulent behaviour, theft of [her] identity, and his facilitation of [her] suicide four times". She is lovingly supported by a musician advocacy organization with a team of people who are working with her on the road to healing.

Responding with comment to Billboard, Bruce Garfield emailed to say: 'I am no longer managing Sinead.

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