Translated From: Sinead O’Connor’s 17-year-old son found missing

Discovered on: 2022-01-08 14:37:16

Shane, the son of Sinead O’Connor 17-year-old who disappeared last Thursday, has been found dead a day later, as revealed by the Irish Police on the morning of this Saturday, January 8. The worst omens are confirmed in this way after the singer turned to social networks to alert that the young man had escaped from the medical center where he was admitted under risk of suicide.

After the alleged escape was denounced, the son that Sinead O’Connor had with the folk singer Donal lunny had been last seen in Tallaght, south of Dublin, but unfortunately “after the recovery of a body in the area of Bray, in Wicklow, on Friday, January 7, the appeal of ‘missing person’ in relation to Shane O’Connor, 17, has been stopped “, as pointed out by a police spokesman.

Sinead O’Connor, who responds to the nickname of Shuhada’Davitt Since 2018, it will not take long to manifest itself through Twitter after the fateful news. “My beautiful son, Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, the light of my life, decided to end his earthly anguish today and now he is with God, “he wrote next to a song by Bob marley to pay tribute to the memory of one of his four children.

As reported by local media, the Irish singer had threatened the Tallaght hospital with complaining if “something happened” to his son after the appeal made by the Police during his search he showed concern for the “well-being” of the young man.

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