Sinead O’Connor Hospitalized After Son’s Suicide Death
O’Connor first announced Shane’s disappearance, and then publicly confirmed the death on Twitter when his body was found on Jan 7.
On Thursday, she started tweeting more concerning messages blaming herself for Shane’s death, and saying that she has made the decision “to follow” her son. Most of these tweets have since been deleted.
“I’ve destroyed my family. My kids don’t want to know me. I am a sh–t person. And you all only think I’m nice because I can sing. I’m not,” O’Connor wrote in one tweet, posted Thursday afternoon.
O’Connor later apologized for the worrying tweets and confirmed that she has gone to a hospital for help.
If you or someone you know is suffering from suicidal thoughts, please call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
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