Sinead O’Connor Twitter account disappears after series of comments about Ian Bailey
Sinead O’Connor’s Twitter account seems to have mysteriously disappeared after sharing stories about Englishman Ian Bailey.
The two met up last week in County Cork for an interview which was published in the singer-songwriters column for the Sunday Independent.
Since its publication, both Ian Bailey and Sinead O’Connor have been taking turns to hit out at one another before the conversation came to an abrupt end.
Sinead had been speaking to Ian Bailey about his involvement in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier story in the wake of Sky Crime documentary Murder At The Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie, and Netflix documentary, Sophie: A Murder In West Cork.
Following the publication of the interview, the Irish Daily Star published a follow-up claim from Ian Bailey that he had met with Sinead under the pretense that they would be discussing poetry.
Sinead followed up on Twitter, writing that Mr Bailey was ‘lying his face off.’
The Nothing Compares 2 U singer alleged that Ian Bailey felt as though he had lost control of the narrative, and claimed that he had ‘met his match in terms of media prowess.’
She continued: ‘First lesson for Ian Bailey if he were to go to finishing school (which I’d highly advise) would be the following… in order to appear believable on the big stuff, it is unwise to be daily telling lies about the little stuff.’
A number of tweets later, Sinead uploaded a video of herself impersonating Mr Bailey saying: ‘The horrible lady! She plied me with drink! I didn’t know what I was saying!
‘What a terrible lady, what a terrible journalist, what terrible, terrible questions! She kept giving me drink! She lifted my hand and forced it down my throat! Poor me!’
Since then, it looks as though Sinead’s account ‘@magdadavitt77’ has been removed from Twitter.
Speaking about his encounter with Sinead to the Irish Sun, Mr Bailey said that he was going to publish his own essay about the meeting titled: How I Met The She Devil.
The reason for the account’s removal is not yet known and Sinead is yet to comment.