Sinead O’Connor Apologizes To Her Family On Facebook: ‘I Did Something… Unforgivable’

Sinead O’Connor took to Facebook to apologize to her family for attacking them last year in the midst of her breakdown.

According to the Irish Mirror, the fight concerned a home O’Connor owned and then sold. “Last year I did something…unforgivable because I was out of my mind. I insulted very viciously, people I love. My family specifically…,” the post reads. “I want to apologize here for the fact I did such an awful thing. I am nothing but remorseful and it is, as I said, unforgivable…”

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She wrote that her family is actually “really cool,” and took the blame for the fight. “It’s me who’s been the total A-Hole. And it really hurt my family, what I did with Facebook.”

In the post, she also praises her father and calls him one of her own personal heroes. “He’s very emotional in a good way…he loves poetry and music. He just wants a peaceful life. Poor guy.. can you imagine having to have a daughter like me? I’ve been the mythical ‘third child is always trouble,'” the singer admits.The news comes after comedian Arsenio Hall dropped his $5-million lawsuit against the singer in March. O’Connor had taken to Facebook following the death of Prince in 2016 claiming that Hall had given Prince drugs, prompting the former late-night host to take legal action.

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The news comes after the singer apologized to comedian Arsenio Hall in February for suggesting the former late-night host was indirectly responsible for the death of Prince. Hall sued the Irish singer for defamation but dropped his $5-million lawsuit in March following O’Connor’s apology.

“I apologize for my Facebook posts about Arsenio to the extent that anyone thought I was accusing him of acting as Prince’s drug dealer and supplying him with illegal hard drugs, or insinuating that Arsenio had something to do with Prince’s death. I sincerely apologize because those statements would be false, and I retract them unequivocally,” she told TMZ in a statement.



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