Sinead O'Connor has said she will 'never forgive' the Irish state as she revealed she had 'formally identified' the body of her 17-year-old son who died to suicide on Friday.
The Irish singer, 55, confirmed yesterday on Twitter that her son 'beautiful' son Shane, who she described as 'the light of her life', had 'decided to end his earthly struggle'.
Last night the singer blasted the Irish authorities, including the child and family agency Tusla, for their 'refusal to accept responsibility' and claimed 'too many kids were dying on their watch'.
It came as she revealed she had identified the body of her son who was last seen in Tallaght, South Dublin, on Friday morning, after he went missing from hospital a day earlier.
In a post on social media the singer wrote: 'I have now formally identified the remains of my son, Shane. May God forgive the Irish State for I never will.
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