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Sinead O’Connor in hospital after the death of her son – People

Sinead O'Connor in hospital after the death of her son - People

Music star Sinead O’Connor (55) was hospitalized five days after the death of her son Shane († 17). The “Nothing Compares 2U” singer shared this on her Twitter account on Friday. Your words – worrying.O’Connor writes of seeing himself as a “failure.” “God made me wrong,” she tweeted. “So I send myself back and find the only person on this earth who has ever truly loved me.”This refers to her son Shane, who took his own life at the age of just 17. Sinead decided for herself to “follow” her child.

With this photo of Shane, Sinead O’Connor publicly searched for her son last week, but he was only found dead Photo: Twitter

After a series of tweets like this, she was taken into the care of hospital staff, escorted by police. Sinead continued: “I am lost without my child and I hate myself. The hospital will help for a while.”

Singer says goodbye to her son

It was only on January 9th that the Irish woman addressed her fans with another, very sad message. “My beautiful son, Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, the light of my life, decided today to put an end to his earthly struggles and is now with God,” wrote O’Connor, who has converted to Islam Shuhada Davitt calls. The 17-year-old was found dead in Dublin after disappearing from a clinic. In the facility, Shane was supposed to be guarded 24 hours a day because there was an acute risk of suicide. After his death, the mother of four’s last wish for her Shane was: “May he rest in peace and may no one follow his example.”
Sinéad O’Connor’s life is marked by instability and twists of fate. The singer is manic-depressive and is said to have been sexually abused as a girl by her mother (who died in a car accident in 1985), as she later said. She has survived two suicide attempts and four failed marriages behind her.

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