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Less than a week after his 17-year-old son Shane was found dead after being reported missing, Sinéad O’Connor has caused great concern after she began posting a series of alarming and heartbreaking messages acknowledging that she has no desire to continue living.
“I don’t deserve to continue living and everyone who knows me would be much better off without me. I apologize for all the damage I have caused. No one is to blame for this except me. No one is to blame for Shane’s death except me. Mine, only mine, andor I want to be in a world without my Shane and without the rest of my children. I do not deserve to live“, Says one of the tweets shared by Sinéad.
He then confirmed that voluntarily entered a hospital in Ireland to be treated for the damage caused by the departure of her son, although she had to be escorted by the police.
“I’m with the police and on the way to the hospital. I’m sorry I bothered you so much. I feel lost without my son and I hate myself. The hospital will help me for a while, but I’m going to find Shane. This is just a delay.”
At the moment, the current O’Connor’s health status.
What happened to Sinéad O’Connor’s son?
Shane O’Connor lost track of his whereabouts since January 7 after leaving Tallaghtun Hospital, a medical center where he was under surveillance for suicide risk.
From that day on, Sinéad began posting emotional messages on social media asking her son to get in touch with her.
“Shane, your life is precious. God didn’t chisel that beautiful smile on your beautiful face for nothing. My world would collapse without you. You are my heart. please don’t hurt yourself”, tweeted the artist on the day of the disappearance.
It didn’t take long and the Irish police later confirmed to Sinead O’Connor the worst news: Shane’s body was found dead.
Rescued from several suicide attempts
This is not the first time that the singer threatens to make an attempt on his life. Already in 2012 he posted a series of suicidal tweets, which also alerted the police. in 2015, through a letter on Facebook worried his state of mind.
“i overdosed. There is no way to earn respect. I am not at home, I am in a hotel, somewhere in Ireland, under another name. If I wasn’t posting this my kids and family wouldn’t know… I could have been dead here for weeks and they wouldn’t have known because apparently I’m scum and I deserve to be abandoned and treated like s**t,” she wrote.
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Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.