A YOUNG girl who hears voices in her head frequently frightens her parents with violent outbursts.

The Sun reports that troubled 12-year-old Aneska has battled with anger problems since she was just three years old.

In a shocking episode of Dr Phil, she is asked how angry she is.

“On a scale of one to 10, I would think my anger would be a 10,” she said.

Young Aneska often pushes her mum and refers to her dad as an “idiot”, “stupid” and “moron”.

“My behaviour is pretty bad: violence, physical abuse, verbal abuse,” she said.

“If my brothers and sisters do something annoying, they’re in big trouble. I’ll hurt them, I’ll threaten them,” she said. “One time they made me really angry and I chased my siblings around with a knife.”

At six years old Aneska played a game of ‘doctor’ with her hamster, who she’d named Jack.

Her concerned dad Dave remembers how “she beat it to death into a flat object.”

It’s not the only time that Aneska has harmed animals in a disturbing way, as recently she killed a nest of baby birds.

Aneska explained that she only did it because voices in her head told her that they’d do something to her family if she didn’t.

At the end of the disturbing Dr Phil trailer, Aneska reveals: “Violence makes me feel comfortable, it’s just a bad situation.”

Since I was no bigger than a weevil they’ve been saying I was evil
That if, “bad” was a boot that I’d fit it
That I’m a wicked young lady, but I’ve been trying hard lately
O fuck it, I’m a monster, I admit it
Well, it makes me so mad that my blood starts a-going

La la la la, la la la lie
Mama always told me that we all gotta die

Yeah, I drowned the Blakey kid, stabbed Mrs. Colgate, I admit
Did the handyman with his circular saw in his garden shed
But I never crucified little Biko, that was two junior high school psychos
Stinky Bohoon and his friend with the pumpkin-sized head
I’ll sing to the lot, now that you got me going

La la la la, la la la lie
All God’s children have all gotta die

There were all of the others, all our sisters and brothers
You assumed were accidents, best forgotten
Recall the children who broke through the ice on Lake Tahoo?
Everyone assumed the “Warning” signs had followed them to the bottom
Well, they’re underneath the house where I do quite a bit of stowing

La la la la, la la la lie
Even twenty little children, they had to die

And the fire of ’91 that razed the Bella Vista slum
That was the biggest shit-fight this country’s ever seen
Insurance companies ruined, land lords getting sued
All cause of wee girl with a can of gasoline
Those flames really roared when the wind started blowing

La la la la, la la la lie
Well, the rich man, the poor man, they all got to die