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The London Coroner says that Sinéad O'Connor died of natural causes.

CelebrityThe London Coroner says that Sinéad O'Connor died of natural causes.

The cause of death for O'Connor was announced on Tuesday by the London Inner South Coroner's Court. The court has stopped their involvement in O'Connor's death. Her family and friends are devastated and have requested privacy at this very difficult time. The Coroner Court's website states that "no medical cause of death was given" after the death of Sinéad O'Connor. The Coroner ordered an autopsy to be done, but the results might not be available for several weeks. When the results of the investigation are known, the organization's statement concluded.

O'Connor's career began with the release of her first film, The Lion and the Cobra, in 1987. Her performance of Prince's hit song earned her nominations for record of the year, best female pop vocal performance and the grammy award for best music video, short form. I'm Not Bossy, I'm the Boss is O'Connor's 10th album. O'Connor was the third of five children born to John and Johanna, an engineer and lawyer. O'Connor ran away to live with her father at the age of 13 but was sent to an asylum two years later for "unruly" women after she was caught stealing. She was diagnosed with a number of disorders, including borderline personality disorder, as well as complex post-traumatic stress disorder. She told PEOPLE that she is a rescue dog, and that she manages well because she was taught brilliant skills. There was a lot of therapy and it was about focusing on the things that bring you peace.

She reflected on the backlash she received from the incident during the documentary Nothing Compares. She said that she came across an article about families who had been trying to lodge complaints against the church for sexual abuse and were being silenced. She stated in her book that she doesn't feel that tearing up the pope's photo derailed her career. Having a number-one record derailed my career and my tearing the photo put me back on the right track.

The same year, O'Connor announced her retirement. I'm hanging up my nipple tassels, having truly given my all, and it will be my last release. It's beautiful that a wise warrior knows when to retreat. O'Connor's son died by suicide last year at the age of 17. "My beautiful son, Nevi'im Nesta AliShane O'Connor, the very light of my life, decided to end his earthly struggle today and is now with God," she said at the time. I want you to be at peace. To stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, sign up for their free daily newsletter.

O'Connor was hospitalized days after her son's death for suicidal tendencies. She apologized for her post and said her kids don't want to know her. I am going to the hospital to get help for myself. She was working on new music days before her death. She wrote on Facebook on July 11 that she hoped to tour Australia and New Zealand by the end of the century. If you or someone you know needs mental health help, you can text "Crisis" to the Crisis Text Line to be connected to a certified crisis counselor.

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