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NEW INFORMATION: Police say Sinead O'Connor has been found safe

22 May 2016

Police say Irish-born pop star Sinead O'Connor has been found, hours after authorities reported her missing in a Chicago suburb.

"The Wilmette Police is seeking to check the well-being of Sinead O'Connor", said an earlier press release from the desk of Wilmette Police Sgt. Michael Robinson.

Police said she had left the Wilmette area for a bicycle ride yesterday at 6am and had not returned.

She was reported missing to police by a concerned caller whose identity was not revealed, and said to be riding on a Raleigh motorized bicycle. She was found at 1.45pm, Monday (local time). The lawsuit also claims that O'Connor only met Prince a few times and "detested" him and "spat on him quite a bit", so was in no position to know about anyone supplying drugs to him.

O'Connor went on to write about problems she was having with her family.

A CBS Chicago photojournalist snapped a photo with O'Connor during a visit to Wilmette in early May.

"Every one of you had better pray, I die".

According to TMZ and a local Chicago news source, O'Connor as taken to a hospital for evaluation. "What you have done to your brother and your mother is LITERALLY criminal". There is no other way to get respect. "I am not at home, I'm at a hotel, somewhere in Ireland, under another name", the Irish singer wrote.

O'Connor, whose biggest hit was the 1990 song written and later performed by Prince called "Nothing Compares 2 U", had made the insinuations against Hall on her Facebook page.

The whole thing comes six months after a similar incident when O'Connor posted a disturbing note to Facebook threatening to commit suicide following "a horrific set of betrayals" that she'd accused her family of perpetrating against her. "I have to back off because they are hurting me so badly I get unwell again if I go near them".

The singer has spoken often about her battle with mental illness; in 2007, she told Oprah Winfrey that she previously attempted to take her own life on her 33rd birthday.

NEW INFORMATION: Police say Sinead O'Connor has been found safe