Irish singer Sinéad O’Connor is continuing her spiral of madness. The singer, who is best known for her chart-topping 1990 single, “Nothing Compares 2 U,” accused her former manager, Bruce Garfield, of identity theft and suggested he could see jail time for a series of offenses in her latest Facebook rant.
“What sick part of your head failed to hear that you are being prosecuted and sent to jail by me, for forgery and for facilitating my suicide four times as well as failing to act to save my life. ?” O’Connor wrote in a lengthy post she shared Thursday evening.
She then told Garfield to stop contacting her or her friends and condemned him for allegedly taking her keys “illegally” from an employee at her apartment building and shipping them to her.
“GET OUT OF MY LIFE. LEAVE MY FRIENDS ALONE. STOP STEALING MY PROPERTY. STAY OUT OF MY APARTMENT,” O’Connor exclaimed.
The enraged message was published a couple of hours after O’Connor wrote in an earlier Facebook post that someone logged into her account and posted things from the Bronx while she is in New Jersey.
Garfield, on the other hand, called it “objectionable” that he’d been fired by O’Connor in an email to Billboard, and confirmed he no longer works for her.
“I am no longer managing Sinéad,” he wrote to the music outlet. “I think her Facebook post speaks for itself.”
The latest posts come a week after O’Connor broke down in tears in a Facebook video as she spoke about feeling isolated and opened up about her dismal condition.
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