Sinead O’Connor’s Tumultuous Life: In Her Own Words

1 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Sinead O’Connor to Her Exes, Kids: “You’re Dead to Me”.

After her supposed overdose attempt, Sinead O’Connor wrote a dramatic new note to her kids and their fathers on Monday, Nov. 30, blaming certain family members by name for provoking her suicidal thoughts. “Jake, Roisin, Jr., frank, Donal, Eimear, I never wanna see you again,” the “Nothing Compares 2 U” singer, 48, wrote to her exes on Facebook. “You stole my sons from me.

Just 24 hours after she claimed to have “taken an overdose” in a Dublin hotel because of a lack of “respect” from her family, the 48-year-old Irish singer made it clear that she had not patched things up with the relatives. “Murderers. I’m s–t to you.” In return, O’Connor had some things to say to her four kids including her sons Jake, 28, Shane, 11, and Yeshua, 8, and her daughter, Roisin, 19. “You’re dead to me.

By my husband, my family, by St Pats and by An guard Siochana, by my son, Jake and by Donal Lunny and Angela singleton, by my son’s girlfriend, his friends…” According to E! News, police were notified after O’Connor posted what appeared to be a suicide note, and confirmed the singer is “safe and sound.” Due to depression, the singer has previously tried to take her own life.

I am not at home, I’m at a hotel, somewhere in Ireland, under another name.” Authorities received hundreds of calls to check on the 48-year-old singer, and over 2,000 fans and concerned Facebook users commented on the post. She also has two adult children, Jake Reynolds, 28, and Roisin Waters, 19, that she blasts in her tirades. “There is only so much any woman can be expected to bear,” reads the beginning of Sunday’s troublesome status update, where she also cites health problems that canceled her tour last July, and alludes to her hysterectomy in August.

Her original post about overdosing was “liked” on Facebook more than 6,000 times, and the new one on Monday has been liked almost 700 times since it was posted around 9:30 a.m. Experts warn against “liking” or sharing these kinds of disturbing posts, however, which can glorify thoughts of suicide to other people who are contemplating hurting themselves as a cry for help. Facebook users should instead report worrisome posts to the social network’s Safety Team, which can connect men or women to trained suicide counselors. Her messages have, at times, been self-deprecating. “Apparently I’m scum and deserve to be abandoned and treated like s–t even when I’ve had my womb and ovaries chopped out and my child is frighteningly sick.

A sergeant for the police force of Ireland, the An Garda Síochána, told FOX411 were unable to provide further information on the singer’s condition, citing the force’s privacy policy.

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