Sinead O'Connor, dressed in pink, bids farewell to her 17-year-old son who committed suicide (PHOTOS)

Since a week Sinead O’Connor She lost her son. 17-year-old Shane O’Connor committed suicide. Earlier, the boy left the hospital where he was staying due to suicidal thoughts and mental health issues.

The death of the child was a huge shock to the Irish star. The woman initially said goodbye to her son publicly on social media, then began settling accounts for the ineffective facility that – in her view – allowed the 17-year-old girl suffering from the disease to leave. O’Connor She accused her son’s medical caregivers of ignoring their duties and of contributing to her child’s suicide.

A few days later, it was revealed that Snead was unable to bear the brunt of the child’s death. The singer has been hospitalized after a series of disturbing posts on Twitter.

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On Saturday, relatives and friends of the late Sheen, including his parents, gathered to say goodbye to the boy. The ceremony was held according to the last will of the deceased, who was a follower of the Hindu religion.


O’Connor appeared in a sparkly outfit – she was wearing a pink tracksuit. The boy’s father, Donal Looney, appeared in a classic coat and dark trousers.

See photos of Sinead O’Connor’s son saying goodbye.

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