In a new interview with Dr. Phil McGraw, Sinéad O’Connor talks about her mental health and accuses her late mother of abuse.

The troubled Irish singer recently made headlines after she posted a video on Facebook saying she was suicidal and needed help.

"I am fed up of being defined as the crazy person, the child abuse survivor," she tells McGraw in a clip of an upcoming episode of "The Dr Phil Show."

O’Connor accuses her late mother of physically and sexually abusing her, CNN reports.

"She ran a torture chamber," O'Connor says. "She was a person who took delight in hurting you."

When Dr. Phil asks her what she loved about her mother, who died in a car accident when O’Connor was a teen, the singer responds: “What I love about my mother is that she’s dead.”

On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," McGraw told the late-night show host that it was O’Connor who reached out to him for help.

"She called and she said, 'I want to destigmatize mental illness,' " he said. "She said, 'I clearly have a problem, too many musicians are dying. I want to use my life, be a teaching tool. I'm willing to sit down and talk.' "

The Sinéad O’Connor interview is set to air on "The Dr. Phil Show" on Tuesday.