Irish singer-songwriter Sinéad O'Connor, who was found by Dublin police Sunday after raising concern over an apparent suicide note on Facebook, raged again on Monday at the family she said had mistreated her.
"Jake, Roisin, Jr., frank, Donal, Eimear, I never wanna see you again," O'Connor, 48, wrote on Facebook, referring to her two eldest children, Jake Reynolds, 28, and Róisín Waters, 19; an unidentified "Jr."; former partners Frank Bonadio and Donal Lunny; and her sister, artist and Trinity College Dublin art historian Éimear O'Connor. "You stole my sons from me. Then you had hypocrisy to come to hospital and then not be here when I wake and not pick up phone?"
O'Connor went on to write, "You're dead to me. You killed your mother. You stole my sons. You left me alone for twelve weeks! Why did I have to hear it was your hypocritical [expletive] here while I was unconscious?? And now you're Gone and not picking up phone? You are child stealing murderers, I never want to see or hear from any of you again. Why were you here when you're the ones who put me here???? And where [expletive] are you now??? Murderers. Liars. Hypocrites. All of you. You caused this."
The Grammy Award-winning singer has two other children: sons Shane, 11, whose father is Lunny, and Yeshua, 8, whose father is Bonadio.
O'Connor has spoken candidly of her mental health issues, including suicide attempts, saying as early as 1994 that she was then undergoing treatment at a London psychiatric hospital.