Neighbors say Sinéad O’Connor moved to London in order to alleviate her feelings of loneliness.

Sinéad O’Connor death: Singer moved to London ‘to feel less lonely’, neighbours say
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Sinead O’Connor, the Irish singer, has passed away at the age of 56. Her death was confirmed by her family in a statement to BBC News. She was found “unresponsive” in a residential address in the Lambeth area of London. O’Connor’s neighbours have spoken about their interactions with her, revealing that she had recently moved into a new penthouse in south London to alleviate her loneliness. Despite her fame, her neighbours were unaware of her celebrity status. O’Connor had been open about her struggles with addiction and trauma and had recently announced plans to enter a one-year trauma and addiction treatment program. She had been working on a new album and reviewing tour dates before her death, according to her management company. A documentary about O’Connor titled “Nothing Compares” has received critical acclaim and is currently available to watch on Sky and NOW. UK broadcasters have not scheduled any tributes to O’Connor, leading to speculation that she was underrated and not taken seriously during her career. Police have stated that her death is not being treated as suspicious, and an autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death.

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