Sinead O’Connor is battling the suicide of his teenage son Shane earlier this month and has left fans with a number of concerns. heartbreaking posts on social media.
In a series of deleted tweets on Thursday, he said, “I decided to follow my son. There is no point in living without it, “the singer wrote, adding that she was going to the hospital with the police. I’m sorry to upset everyone. I’m lost without a child and I hate myself. The hospital will help for a while. It’s just a delay. “
O’Connor’s management said it could not “comment or confirm recent events.”
O’Connor’s disappearance: Sinead confirms O’Connor’s son’s death
Shane, 17, reportedly escaped a suicide observation at Tallaght University Hospital in Dublin. His body was found Jan. 7 in Bray, 12 miles south of Dublin. O’Connor confirmed his death the next day and told fans:
“My beautiful son Neviim Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, the light of my life, has decided today to end his struggle on earth and now with God. Let the place be peaceful, let no one follow his example. My child. I love you so much. Please calm down. “
Friday, O’Connor, 55, apologized for previous tweets indicates its violation.
“I am just sad. My son was the love of my life. I am sorry to have offended Tulsa and almost everyone on earth. I would be devastated without my son. I’m sorry to offend anyone. “
Tulsa is the Irish Children and Family Agency. O’Connor also objected to the hospital, saying officials refused to take responsibility for Shane’s departure from the facility. He later returned from the charges.
O’Connor had previously announced the details of his son’s funeral, a private meeting in Ireland. it upset his father, musician Donal Lunni.
“Sorry, Donal. I’m lonely. Twitter is for lonely people. Predators like me are very lonely,” he writes.
Shane was one of O’Connor’s four children.
The singer, who was recognized for the glamorous cover of Prince’s 1990 film Nothing Compares 2 U, has spoken openly about mental health issues in the past.
In 2017, he sat down for an interview with Dr. Phil during a daytime talk show, where he said his emotional problems were caused by the hormonal effects of a radical hysterectomy.
“I was told to leave the hospital two days after the operation with Tylenol and there were no instructions on hormone replacement and what could happen to me,” she recalls.
In 2016, O’Connor went missing after riding a bicycle in Chicago and was later found safe. A year ago, he threatened to commit suicide on Facebook, saying he had taken an overdose after “horrific betrayals.”
If you or an acquaintance is struggling with suicidal thoughts, you can call 800-273-TALK (8255) or chat online at any time of the day or night.
Crisis Text Line also provides free, 24/7, confidential assistance to people in crisis via text messages when calling 741741.