Sinead O'Connor pleads for help in Facebook video

Isaac Cain
August 10, 2017

"Three f***ing illnesses made me whole life is revolving around just not dying". He said she is no longer staying there and police don't know where she is now living.

The Mail also said that O'Connor's public and ongoing struggles with mental illness have been complicated by a messy and bitter legal battle in Ireland with her manager and former lover.

Singer Annie Lenox expressed concern in her own Facebook statement saying, "It's bad to see O'Connor in such a vulnerable state".

"She appears to be completely out on a limb and I'm concerned for her safety".

Sinead O'Connor has released a statement, following the posting of a worrying video last week. Fans overwhelmed the singer with love and support after she said she was feeling suicidal.

"My officers went over there after receiving a call about a video and a woman in distress", Captain Robert Kaiser exclusively told Radar.

"I want everyone to know what it's like, that's why I'm making this video". "I'm fighting, fighting, fighting, fighting, and fighting, like all the millions and millions that I know I'm one of, to stay alive everyday, which I'm doing because I love the people that are doing this to me". Lennox posted to her own Facebook page to say she had seen the call for help from the motel in New Jersey, which says O'Connor only has a psychiatrist and doctor to help her and asked why there are no friends or family members to help O'Connor.

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"I am now living in a Travelodge motel in the a**e end of New Jersey, I've got a f***ing kidney stone". So we went over to the motel to check on her.

"Her vehicle is still there and can be, because she is paid up over the next 30 days at that motel", the police captain said.

"We heard that she has since been checked in to a hospital, and we have made periodic checks throughout since".

According to police and motel staff, O'Connor's black Chevrolet is still parked in the Travelodge lot. "That's about the only thing keeping me alive at the moment".

'I'm all by myself.

Earlier this year, US TV star Arsenio Hall dropped a $5 million lawsuit against Sinead in relation to a Facebook post in which she claimed he gave Prince drugs.

"The fact that I know that I'm only one of millions of millions of millions of people who are just like me actually who don't have necessarily the resources that I have in my heart - or my purse, for that matter", she said.

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