Troubled Irish singer Sinead O’Connor continues to display extremely troubling signs of spiralling mental health issues, to the point now where her family has successfully lobbied Facebook to remove her verified public page.
O’Connor’s page was removed after the singer, who has publicly discussed her battle with bi-polar disorder in the past, posted what appeared to be a second suicide note.
This second note follows on the heels of an initial one posted late on Sunday night, which lead to a frantic search for the singer by her family and friends, leading to her being admitted to hospital.
Since then, O’Connor has been making sporadic, but frequent, posts on her page – all of which containing rambling, desperate-sounding language.
The second note today, which has since been removed (along with the page) read, “If a woman doesn’t first succeed, she’ll try, try again. iWantMyRightToDieAndIWillClaimIt.“
It’s unknown if the 48-year-old is still receiving medical treatment at this time, but we sincerely hope that she is.
If you need support or immediate assistance, call Lifeline on 13 11 14. For further information about depression, contact beyondblue on 1300 22 4636, headspace or Sane Australia or talk to your GP, local health professional or someone you trust.
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Source: Irish Mirror.