Sinead O'Connor's son allegedly went missing.
This Sunday, January 20, 2019 on Twitter, the "Nothing Compares To You" singer shared a shocking statement regarding his disappearance.
"My sweet 14 yr old son has been going missing a lot and is currently missing for the last two days," wrote O'Connor, 52, who recently changed her name to Shuhada' Sadaqat after converting to Islam.
With her message, the worried artist shared a photo of her son, Shane, whom she shares with Irish musician Donal Lunny.
"This is my 14 yr old son. Missing since Friday. Last seen in Wicklow town at 7.42 pm tonight. Allegedly Headed for the home of someone called Orlando. If you see him or he is at your home please contact Dundrum or Wicklow Gardai," she pleaded.
O'Connor then addressed her son's friend's parents directly, asking them to please notify the family if he was staying at their house.
"Msg for Orlando's parents in Wicklow town. Is my baby with you? If so pls contact Dundrum Gardai. We are frantic now as he's been awol since Friday. Apparently he told someone he was going your house. I don't know you so i'm sorry had to tweet instead of call," she wrote.
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Luckily, the singer eventually found her boy, as a few hours later on Twitter she called him a "cheeky little monkey," and even joked about him being too young to peruse through her page.
RadarOnline.com readers know O'Connor — who is also a mom to three other children — has recently shocked fans with her suicidal rants, bizarre spiritual posts and upsetting video confessions. In a startling YouTube clip from August 2017, the singer said she was lonely and going through extreme depression ever since being abandoned by her entire family.
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