WILMETTE, Illinois - Singer Sinead O’Connor has been safely located after she was reported missing from the northern Chicago suburb of Wilmette, PIX11 sister station WGN reported Monday.
Sources tell WGN that O'Connor was found at a nearby hotel. She has been taken to an area hospital to be evaluated.
O’Connor was reported to have left for a bicycle ride around 6 a.m. Sunday.
A caller “expressed concern for her well-being and reached out to police,” WGN reported.
The incident comes six months after O’Connor posted a message on her Facebook page stating she had “taken an overdose.”
The apparently suicidal O’Connor was later found “safe and sound,” multiple stations reported at the time.
O'Connor, widely known for her haunting 1990 cover of Prince's "Nothing Compares 2 U," made statements online shortly after the pop icon's death blaming comedian Arsenio Hall of supplying Prince with drugs “over the decades” and of spiking her with drugs.
The claims lead to Hall filing a lawsuit earlier this month seeking damages of “not less than” $5 million.
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