Sinead O'Connor accuses family of `abandoning` her
Sinead O'Connor, who went missing for more than a day, is blaming her unsupportive family for the whole episode.
Melbourne: Sinead O'Connor, who went missing for more than a day, is blaming her unsupportive family for the whole episode.
Just hours after being found staying with friends, the 49-year-old singer took to her Facebook account to pot an unhinged rant directed at her former partner John Reynolds and their son Jake, reports News.com.au.
In an open letter to Reynolds, which seemed to address her 28-year-old son in several places, the 'Nothing Compares 2 U' singer wrote, "None of you will ever see me again because of what you've done. If I manage not to kill myself, you'll be paying the medical costs which have been and will continue to be involved with that, since you were and remain. the chief co-ordinator of my total psychological and emotional destruction."
"And I will still never return to you or any of my four children, because of you. So fucking live with that. Explain to Shane and Yeshua why Mum vanished. You unchristian, ungrateful, lying, criminal," the post read.
"You murdered your mother one way or the other. You drove her from her life so she had to run to another continent just to stay alive. You made her leave her babies and then you left them. YOU are the one who needs a fucking psychiatrist. All of you," the singer continued.
"I will see you all in court. I want damages. I have been unable to work. I have lost last year's income and this year's. I have had enormous medical expenses, and enormous trauma because of your torturing of me," added the letter.
"As I said. You fucking best pray God kills me because unlike my poor mother, I will not let this drop. We are all going to court and we are gonna have this out in full public for once and for all," she wrote finally.
In November, O'Connor revealed in a disturbing message posted to her official Facebook account that she had "taken an overdose."
That was not her first suicide attempt.
In 2007, she told Oprah Winfrey that she had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and tried to kill herself on her 33rd birthday.