Halsey reveals she's been committed twice since finding fame

Halsey has been committed twice since finding fame as a musician.

The singer, 24, revealed 'no one has known' about the extent of her battle with mental health issues, but she now feels comfortable to discuss what she has been through in a public arena. 

Speaking in an interview with Rolling Stone's new July Hot Issue, she explained: 'I’ve been committed twice since [I became] Halsey, and no one’s known about it. But I’m not ashamed of talking about it now. It’s been my choice.

Halsey has been committed twice since she found fame as a musician [pictured this last week in concert in Mexico]

Halsey has been committed twice since she found fame as a musician [pictured this last week in concert in Mexico]

'I've said to [my manager], "Hey, I’m not going to do anything bad right now, but I’m getting to the point where I’m scared that I might, so I need to go figure this out". 

'It’s still happening in my body. I just know when to get in front of it.'

The American songstress has been open about her issues with mental health - including the fact that she is bipolar.

And in her past, the Nightmare singer, has been sexually assaulted - something she isn't afraid to voice her opinions on in retrospect.

Honest: The American songstress has been open about her issues with mental health - including the fact that she is bipolar [pictured at the 2019 MTV MIAW Awards]

Honest: The American songstress has been open about her issues with mental health - including the fact that she is bipolar [pictured at the 2019 MTV MIAW Awards]

She explained: 'Here’s what’s f**ked up to me: A young man seeks success and power so that he can use it to control people, and a young woman seeks success and power so that she no longer has to worry about being controlled' [pictured at the 50th annual Songwriters Hall of Fame induction and awards ceremony earlier this month]

She explained: 'Here’s what’s f**ked up to me: A young man seeks success and power so that he can use it to control people, and a young woman seeks success and power so that she no longer has to worry about being controlled' [pictured at the 50th annual Songwriters Hall of Fame induction and awards ceremony earlier this month]

She explained: 'Here’s what’s f**ked up to me: A young man seeks success and power so that he can use it to control people, and a young woman seeks success and power so that she no longer has to worry about being controlled.

'It’s an illusion, a f**king lie. There is no amount of success or notoriety that makes you safe when you’re a woman. None.'

On confronting her sexual abuser, she said that he 'took it seriously, went to rehab, sought therapy,' but admits there's a risk that comes with speaking out about it.

'Then I’m not "Grammy-nominated pop star," then I’m "rape survivor." Uhuh, no. Uh-uh, absolutely not. I have worked way too f**king hard to be quantified or categorised by something like that,' she said.

Defiant: On confronting her sexual abuser, she said that he 'took it seriously, went to rehab, sought therapy,' but admits there's a risk that comes with speaking out about it [pictured earlier this month in London]

Defiant: On confronting her sexual abuser, she said that he 'took it seriously, went to rehab, sought therapy,' but admits there's a risk that comes with speaking out about it [pictured earlier this month in London]

Other half: She is dating Dominic Harrison, otherwise known as the British alt-rocker Yungblud, pictured at the iHeartRadio Wango Tango concert in Carson, California on June 1

Other half: She is dating Dominic Harrison, otherwise known as the British alt-rocker Yungblud, pictured at the iHeartRadio Wango Tango concert in Carson, California on June 1

The star recently made remarks about sleeping with men for a place to stay in the past, and elaborated on this to the magazine.

'It, of course, turns into this hyperbolised fantasy of "Halsey the Hooker." I didn’t have a pimp, no one was handing me money. But I was definitely dating dudes I wasn’t into because I could crash at their apartment.

'I was having sex as a means of survival. I’m lucky that that’s all it was for me; for other women I knew, it wasn’t just that. That’s the point I was trying to make.'

She also discussed 'finder her identity', saying: 'I was talking to [boyfriend Dominic Harrison, otherwise known as the British alt-rocker Yungblud] the other day, and I was like, "When you’re laying in bed at night and you’re on tour and you miss me, how do you picture me? Do you picture me with short brown hair? Or long blond hair?" And he’s like, "I don’t really know." And I’ve thought about that for a while, and I’ve been like, "Is that a good thing or a bad thing?"

'Does that mean I have no sense of identity? Or is it a good thing I don’t limit my perception because I haven’t permitted myself to view myself as one thing, because I haven’t stayed one f**king thing long enough to be that?'

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