After posting what seemed like a possible suicide note on her verified Facebook page on Sunday, Irish singer-songwriter Sinead O'Connor is reportedly safe and sound.

A source told Billboard that O'Connor "has been located and is safe" after an alleged overdose in a hotel room in Ireland. According to Irish police she is "safe and sound" and receiving medical attention.

O'Connor posted a disturbing and emotional note on Sunday that read, "There is only so much any woman can be expected to bear," before going on in vague detail about stress in her family and saying that she had "taken an overdose. There is no other way to get respect."

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The message came after a series of posts stemming from a fight with Irish folk musician Lunny, who is the father of her youngest son. O'Connor alleges in the posts that her son needs psychological treatment and that Lunny won't allow her to see him.