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Singer Sinead O’Connor gives a foul-mouthed response to lawsuit filed by Arsenio Hall

May 7, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Singer Sinead O’Connor gives a foul-mouthed response to lawsuit filed by Arsenio Hall

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Sinead O’Connor, the troubled Irish singer, gave a “sharp” response to a $5 million defamation lawsuit filed against her by Arsenio Hall, telling the former TV host to “suck my d–k,” on her Facebook page on Friday.

The fiery response came the day after Hall filed the lawsuit in a Los Angeles Court, which he called her a “desperate attention-seeker” over a previous message posted on Facebook following the April 21st death of Prince.

O’Connor accused Hall of supplying Prince with drugs “over decades,” and even claimed that he had once spiked her drink.

The singer wrote in the post, which she has since deleted that she’d told investigators to take a hard look at the former late-night talk show host.

“Two words for the DEA investigating where Prince got his drugs over the decades … Arsenio Hall,” she wrote, before adding “Arsenio I’ve reported you to the Carver County Sheriff’s office. Expect their call. They are aware you spiked me years ago at Eddie Murphy’s house. You best get tidying your man cave.”

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Hall, 60, ripped O’Connor’s “heinous accusations” in his defamation lawsuit, calling her remarks “despicable and fabricated lies.”

O’Connor responded to Hall’s legal action in her latest Facebook outburst saying, “Regarding ARSE-inio Hall’s Laughable Threats; I’m more amused than I’ve ever dreamed a person could be and look forward very much to how hilarious it will be watching him trying to prove me wrong.”

The 49-year-old musician added that she was “happy” that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) had taken her information about Prince’s past drug use seriously and questioned his friends about where he obtained his prescription drugs.

“I don’t like drugs killing musicians. And I do not like Arsenio Hall. He can suck my d–k. That is if he isn’t too busy sucking someone else’s d–k. : ),” O’Connor wrote.

The performer has in the past aired out the drama in her personal life on social media.

O’Connor blamed family problems after posting a bizarre message last November, claiming she had overdosed on pills in a hotel room she booked under an assumed name.

Prince wrote O’Connor’s 1990’s smash hit, “Nothing Compares 2 U.”

Following the death of Prince, which has reportedly been linked to longtime abuse of opioid painkillers, O’Connor shared stories about collaborating with him.

O’Connor revealed in interviews that she and Prince didn’t get along because he disliked her swearing and said the two artists came to blows outside his L.A. home over her use of foul language.

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