SINEAD O´CONNOR WORRYING LATEST NEWS (LOW B2)

Sinead O'Connor Performs At The Roundhouse In London

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – AUGUST 12: Sinead O’Connor performs on stage at The Roundhouse on August 12, 2014 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Christie Goodwin/Redferns via Getty Images)

Sinead O’Connor Posts Possible Suicide Note, Is Now Receiving Medical Attention

Irish singer Sinead O’Connor posted a letter on Facebook on Sunday that may be a suicide note, saying she “has taken an overdose” and is staying in a hotel in Ireland under a false name. O’Connor has been posting about her trouble with Donal Lunny, the father of her youngest son, Shane. O’Connor says Shane requires psychological treatment, but Lunny won’t allow O’Connor to see him. An Irish news site reports that O’Connor is “safe and sound” and receiving medical attention. You can read her post below:

http://www.vulture.com/2015/11/sinead-oconnor-posts-possible-suicide-note.html#

I WAS VERY SORRY TO HEAR THAT ABOUT A SINGER I LOVE.NOTHING COMPARES TO YOU.

 

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