A 'violent' stalker allegedly tormented Sinead O'Connor, Irish singer, days before her untimely death.
Just days before she tragically passed away at age 56, the Irish singer and activist who converted to Islam in 2018 pleaded with her followers not to interact with phoney social media profiles posing as her.
On July 26, at the age of 56, The Nothing Compares 2 U hitmaker passed away at her London home.
Two weeks before her death, the singer tweeted: "There is one stalker. Female. Violent: again, NEVER engage with anyone claiming they know me without asking my management."
Three days later, she returned to Twitter to alert followers of her concerns that a man may have been texting admirers in her name.
She wrote: "Also a warning, previously an extremely disturbed male sexual predator pretended to be me on Twitter."
"Please never engage with anyone claiming to be any celeb, without confirming they are who they say. This can be achieved by contact with their management."
Three children remain of the musician who converted to Islam; however, Shane, her son, died last year at the age of 17 after escaping the hospital while under suicide watch. A picture of Sinead's sad son Shane was featured in her heartbreaking final social media post before she passed away.