Sinead O’Connor’s Facebook Page Disabled After Apparent Second Suicide Note

Sinead O'Connor. Photo: Stefania D'Alessandro/Getty Images

On Sunday, Sinead O'Connor posted what appeared to be a suicide note on her official Facebook page, saying that she'd "taken an overdose." The singer was reportedly found by Irish police in time to receive medical attention, but her situation has not improved. Since then, she's posted several troubling messages to her family on her Facebook, including one that read, "Murderers. Liars. Hypocrites. All of you. You caused this." Now O'Connor's Facebook page has reportedly been taken down at her family's request, after an apparent second suicide note was posted early Wednesday. "If a woman doesn't first succeed ... She'll try, try again. iWantMyRightToDieAndIWillClaimIt," a screenshot from her now-disabled page reads. It is not known if O'Connor is still receiving medical attention. In 2012, she revealed her struggle with bipolar disorder.