Irish singer Sinead O’Connor had her Facebook followers worried when the singer posted a very emotional and distressed message on Nov. 29. In a long rant, O’Connor wrote about her treatment by her family and how she feels abandoned by them during a tough period in her life that included struggling with the aftermath of a hysterectomy and her child’s illness as well. ”
O’Connor ended the rambling and slightly incomprehensible message with “My children don’t care if I live r die anyway. Neither do their dads. Everyone is better off. Never ever do this to a woman again. Let this be your lesson.”
Causing particular concern was a part of the message where O’Connor suggested that she might be contemplating suicide and may have attempted to overdose. “The last two nights finished me off. I have taken an overdose. There is no other way to get respect.”
Also, worryingly, O’Connor claimed to not be at her home. “I am not at home, I’m at a hotel, somewhere in Ireland, under another name,” she wrote.
But according to the Gardai (Irish police) at Pearse St. station in Dublin, as reported by the Telegraph, O’Connor is still alive, and was found “safe and sound.” However, as of right now, they cannot release any other details about O’Connor and her condition.