CHICAGO - Police say missing Irish pop singer Sinead O'Connor has been found safe.
The 49-year-old singer had been missing since early Sunday morning after she went for a bike ride in a North Chicago suburb and did not return.
Police have not given any further information.
However, O'Connor's Facebook page showed a strange, rambling post apparently from the singer about two hours after she had been last seen.
O'Connor has been known to struggle with mental illness and last November, she made a false suicidal post on Facebook claiming to have taken an overdose and stating "there is no other way to get respect."
Earlier this month, talk show host Arsenio Hall filed a $5 Million defamation lawsuit against O'Connor for claiming that Hall had supplied drugs to music legend Prince.
Following Prince's death, O'Connor posted a warning on social media that she had reported Hall to the police.
O'Connor's biggest hit came with her cover of Prince's song, "Nothing Compares 2 U."
But perhaps the controversial singer became more infamous when she tore up a picture of Pope John Paul II on "Saturday Night Live" back in 1992.
Now her fans hope the singer is okay.