Sinead O’Connor’s Facebook Page Taken Down as Mental Health Crisis Continues

Sinead O'Connor
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Sinead O'Connor's Facebook page was taken down on Wednesday, Dec. 2, amid her ongoing health crisis. The new development came just hours after the Irish songwriter reportedly posted a second suicide note.

"If a woman doesn't first succeed… She'll try, try again," the disturbing message allegedly read, according to reports. "iWantMyRightToDieAndIWillClaimIt."

Earlier this week, the "Nothing Compares 2 U" singer — who said she was misdiagnosed as bipolar in 2011 — claimed that she had overdosed. Fans contacted authorities about the alarming post, and she was later found by local police.

"Sinead is safe and well," a spokesman at the Pearse Street Garda Station in Dublin, Ireland, told Us Weekly on Sunday, Nov. 29.

O'Connor was hospitalized following the incident. She continued to post updates on her Facebook page, however, and said at one point that she was on life support. On Tuesday, she begged her family to visit her again. (O'Connor is mom to sons Jake, 28, Shane, 11, and Yeshua, 8, and daughter, Roisin, 19.)

"You left before I woke and you haven't been back. Please why are you doing these things to me?? I need you. I need your love. I can't manage what's being done to me. I didn't do anything to deserve the way I'm being treated. I did not leave my kids either!" she wrote at the time. "Been missing you all for weeks. To hear that you were here and left was agony. Now I am utterly alone. Please. Please love me. Please come to the hospital and spend time with me and help Fix all this. Please."

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