Former East 17 star Brian Harvey has raised concerns for his wellbeing after uploading a 'disturbing' YouTube video pleading to the UK public for help.
In the clip, the 43-year-old musician tells fan she is 'going to war' against those who have allegedly made him a 'prisoner in his home' after allegedly not leaving the house in five years.
The 18-minute speech sees Harvey, who was diagnosed with clinical depression in 2005, also claim he is a clone and express fears for his own safety.
In the harrowing clip, Harvey says: 'I’ve been a prisoner in my own home now for about five years. Four to five years.
'I’ve got to be trapped, like a prisoner, in my own home after selling 22 million records. I’ve never done nothing to no one. I just chose not to get involved.'
He continues, 'I’m waiting for you to turn up at my house police, I’m waiting for you.'
'And don’t think I ain’t got clones cos I have and we are going to f**king war.'
Harvey has sold 18 million records and had a string of top ten hits as the lead singer of East 17, but was removed from the group in 1997 following his alleged comments condoning ecstasy use.
In 2004, he appeared in the I'm A Celebrity jungle, but quit following an argument with Janet Street-Porter.
The following year Harvey almost died when he fell under the wheels of his Mercedes, shattering his pelvis, breaking his ribs and puncturing his lung.
If you, or anyone you know, is seeking support, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or visit lifeline.org.au.