Sinead O'Connor denies she threatened to jump off Chicago bridge

On Thursday, Chicago police confirmed that Sinead O'Connor was being hunted after making threats of suicide.

Chicago police spokesman, Officer Thomas Sweeney reveals that Irish authorities requested that officials there keep a watchful eye out Ms. O'Connor.

Police didn't offer any details about where O'Connor had been or how they located her.

But the 49-year-old songstress posted on Facebook that she was "far too f--ing happy for that!"

Concern for Sinead's health and a manhunt was sparked when her relatives allegedly told them she planned to jump off a bridge in the Chicago area.

Police then issued an all points bulletin to be on the lookout for O'Connor who could possibly jump from a Chicago bridge. The Irish singer has battled with depression and has made several attempts at suicide, NBC 5 reported.

"Congrats to every man, woman and child who ever died for the cause of Irish freedom".

O'Connor has a long-standing history with mental illness, including post-traumatic stress disorder and suicidal tendencies. She also gained attention the police's attention in 2011 for a series of suicidal sounding tweets.

The search for the Irish singer-songwriter began within an hour of the doctor's call, the documents show.

She wrote: "Jake, kindly go to the court on Tuesday and take custody your brother from Tusla".

"You all abandoned me FOR BEING SUICIDAL". The singer was later found to be safe and was taken for medical treatment. For reference, Prince wrote the lyrics and music for her biggest hit, "Nothing Compares 2 U".

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