Tia, who recently began using the name Rose, says she quit her job as a physician assistant to become a singer.

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“I wasn’t just this person that up and decided to throw away all this education to pursue music,” she says, noting that she had been experiencing pressure and anxiety in her former life as a wife, mother and medical professional.

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Rose’s mother, Michelle, says her daughter can’t sing and claims that since she left her job, Rose has lost custody of her children and started living in her truck.

Michelle also says that Rose started claiming she has Foreign Accent Syndrome and began speaking with a British accent. Michelle claims her daughter has “gone off the deep end,” and says she suspects Rose may be struggling with her mental health, which Rose adamantly denies.

“If people think I’ve gone off the deep end they need to know that I am just being myself,” says Rose.

In the video above Rose claims her Foreign Accent Syndrome is real, saying, “I’m not pretending. This is way too much work.”

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