SINEAD O’Connor has revealed her teenage son hanged himself after being found dead yesterday.
The grieving mother posted on social media about the cause of death of 17-year-old Shane.
She wrote on Twitter that her son had hanged himself.
The 55-year-old Irish singer previously said she has identified her son’s body, following a multi-day search for the teenager after he disappeared from Tallaght Hospital in Dublin on Thursday.
Irish police have confirmed the search for Shane has “stopped” following the discovery of a body yesterday.
A spokesman said: “After a body was recovered in the Bray area of Wicklow on Friday, 7 January 2022, the Missing Person Appeal concerns Shane O’Connor, 17 age, has been cancelled.”
Mother-of-four Sinead confirmed Shane’s tragic passing earlier today, expressing her gratitude to him on social media.
She wrote: “My beautiful son, Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor, the light of my life, decided to put an end to his mortal struggle today and is now doing it. stay with God.
“May he rest in peace and no one will follow his example. My dear child. I love you very much. Please rest in peace:”
The 55-year-old later tweeted a Bob Marley song she dedicated to Shane: “This is a song for my Shane. The light of my life. The lamp of my soul. The eye baby. my green.
“You will always be my light. We will always be together. No boundaries can separate us.”
After Shane disappeared from a Dublin hospital, where his mother claimed he was “on suicide watch”, the singer begged desperately for his return.
She said: “Shane, your life is precious. God did not carve that beautiful smile on your pretty face for nothing.
“My world would fall apart without you. You are my heart. Please don’t stop it from beating. Please don’t harm yourself. Go to Gardai and take you to the hospital.
“This is a message for my son, Shane.
“Shane, it’s no longer funny without all of this. You’re scaring me.
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“Can you please do the right thing and show up at a Gardai station. If you go with Shane, call Gardai for his safety”.
The singer of The Nothing Compares 2 U also threaten the hospital with a lawsuit after Shane went missing two days before his death.
The singer has claimed that Tallaght hospital, in Dublin, has “refused to take any responsibility” for Shane’s disappearance.
She also said: “May God forgive the State of Ireland because I never will.”
Police had previously issued an appeal for the missing teenager, along with a photo of Shane the day before his death.
He is seen in CCTV images wearing dark jeans, a black hoodie with a colorful logo on the front, a dark red top and white trainers.
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https://www.thesun.ie/tvandshowbiz/8178737/sinead-oconnor-reveals-teen-son-shane-cause-of-death/ Sinead O’Connor reveals teenage son Shane, 17, ‘hanged himself’ after going missing from hospital two days before his death