LONDON — Irish singer-songwriter Sinéad O’Connor died from “pure causes” in July, a coroner stated Tuesday.
London’s Metropolitan Police had stated the singer’s loss of life was not thought of suspicious after she was discovered unresponsive at a house in southeast London on July 26. O’Connor was 56.
The Southwark Coroner’s Courtroom confirmed that O’Connor died of pure causes, which suggests circumstances when an sickness or situation just isn’t linked to exterior forces. It didn’t present particulars.
The singer, who started her profession acting on the streets of Dublin, rose to worldwide fame together with her cowl of Prince’s ballad “Nothing Compares 2 U,” launched in 1990.
O’Connor was public about her psychological sickness and was hospitalized after her teenage son, Shane, died by suicide in 2022.
A lifelong non-conformist, O’Connor was identified for her outspoken political and cultural stances and fierce criticism of the Roman Catholic Church, lengthy earlier than allegations of sexual abuse within the clergy have been broadly reported.
Hundreds of followers lined the streets of Bray, the Irish city she had referred to as house, throughout a funeral procession in August. Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar attended, together with U2’s Bono.