VOWS TO FOLLOW HER SON IN DEATH
“I’ve decided to follow my son. There is no point living without him,” she said of Shane, 17, whose body was found January 7, a day after he went missing from suicide watch at an Irish hospital.
The Irish singer blamed herself for her son’s death. She called herself “a monster” who had alienated her family. She said she didn’t “deserve to live.”
“God made me wrong, so I’m sending myself back and I’m finding the only person on this earth who ever truly loved me,” the 55-year-old singer posted on social media.
The boy’s father, Irish folk musician Donal Lenny and Sinead separated soon after Shane was born. Sinead has three other children from different former husbands.
Shane had been committed to Tallaght Hospital in Dublin and made two attempts to kill himself before escaping from suicide watch. His body was found last Friday in the Bray area of County Wicklow.
ENDS HIS ‘EARTHLY STRUGGLE’
The body of Irish singer Sinead O’Connor’s 17-year-old son has been found after the troubled lad went missing from a Dublin hospital where he had been on suicide watch.
‘My baby,’ Sinead posted on social media. ‘I love you so much. Please be at peace.’
Sinead vows to follow him in death
Shane was last seen alive in Tallaght Hospital on Thursday night. He had made two suicide attempts in the past week.
His body was found in the Bray area of Wicklow on Friday.
After he was reported missing, Sinead threatened the hospital with a lawsuit if anything happened to him.
‘How has a seventeen-year-old traumatised young person WHO WAS ON SUICIDE WATCH in Tallaght Hospital’s Lynn Ward been able to go missing???’ she posted on social media.
Shane’s father, Irish folk musician and producer Donal Lunny, and Sinead separated soon after Shane was born.
Sinead, 55, has three other children, Jake Reynolds, Roisin Waters and Yeshua Francis Neil Bonadio.
Sinead posted a Bob Marley song as a tribute to her son.
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