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Prince 'Tried To Beat The S *** Out Of' Sinead O'Connor On Hard Drugs, Singer Claims

Sinead O'Connor leaked Thursday where she claimed Prince regularly used hard drugs, which violent toward women and once tried to attack her.

"In the case of Prince, everyone is mistaken who believes he has not had a drug in the entirety of his life. He used hard drugs commonly, "she told police in a May 2, 2016 interview, as noted by The Blast. "I know this because I spent time with the man."

"He did not release an album, famously, which was called Black Album ," she continued. "The reason he did not, he told me himself, what he had been doing so many dark drugs that he had a vision of God and God told him the album was evil and he was not to release it."

O'Connor, whose 1

990 hit song, never saw him use drugs. "He would retire to the room, he would be very violent, very aggressive, his eyeballs would disappear, literally, from his eyes, they vanished," O'Connor added. "He had been very violent, and these women will be coming forward over time. He had been extremely violent to a number of women in his life, including myself. Several women were put in the hospital while poor Prince was under the effects of these medications. "

Prince ” title=””/> Sinead O'Connor claimed Prince used hard drugs and what violent toward women, including herself. Above, Prince is pictured performing on October 11, 2009 at the Grand Palais in Paris. Bertrand Guay / AFP / Getty Images

O'Connor, 51, recalled a time when Prince allegedly tried to attack her. "He tried to beat the shit out of me," she told police. "I had to escape from his house in the middle of the night, I managed to escape from his house, he had me locked in the house ready to beat the s-t out of me because he had gone upstairs and taken some Kind of weird drug, "O'Connor claimed. "Prince was not a very nice man. Vicodin containing fentanyl, Carver county attorney Mark Metz was announced Thursday.

Prince died on April 21, 2016 at age of 57. After two years of investigation Prince's death, there will be no criminal charges. The singer did not get a prescription for fentanyl or Vicodin, and did not believe there was a sinister motive in Prince's accidental overdose.

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