Just hours after being found alive amid fears she'd killed herself, leaving behind a chilling message for Facebook friends, Sinead O'Connor is back on social media and causing quite a stir. The controversial musician had taken to the social media site Sunday, writing that she had "taken an overdose" and wasn't at home. Law enforcement officials confirmed she'd been found alive and was getting medical attention. However, it seems she has returned to Facebook with yet another frightening message for family members. 

As reported by TMZ, O'Connor, 48, took to Facebook to update her status again on Monday. In her latest message, the "Nothing Compares 2 U" singer called out members of her family, mentioning several of them by name. She said they were all "dead to me," claiming someone had killed their mother, stolen her children and left her alone for weeks on end. O'Connor wrote that she was surprised to learn that they had come to her aid when she was unconscious. The Irish musician went on to say that those referenced in her message were back to their old ways, ignoring her phone calls. 

"Jake, Roisin, Jr., frank, Donal, Eimear, I never wanna see you again. You stole my sons from me. then you had hypocrisy to come to hospital and then not be here when I wake and not pick up phone?," she wrote." I'm s--- to you. You're dead to me. You killed your mother. You stole my sons. You left me alone for twelve weeks! Why did I have to hear it was your hypocritical asses here while I was unconscious?? And now you're Gone and not picking up phone? You are child stealing murderers, I never want to see or hear from any of you again. Why were you here when you're the ones who put me here???? And where the f--- are you now??? Murderers. Liars. Hypocrites. All of you. You caused this."

O'Connor's update comes on the coattails of an earlier message that sent fans into a frenzy. On Sunday, she shared a lengthy status update in which she claimed there was "only so much" a woman could take. O'Connor said she'd suffered "appalling cruelty" at the hands of her husband, children, children's girlfriends and friends and refused to stand for it any longer. She said she had been suffering alone and was being "punished" and had finally "broken." O'Connor called herself "invisible," adding that she had been made to feel like "scum" and a horrible mother by members of her family. She wrote that she had "taken an overdose" and had taken steps to ensure that it would be difficult to find her. She applauded her family, saying they had "finally got rid" of her and that she was sorry it had taken her this long to break. 

O'Connor has not spoken out beyond her Facebook posts. Her representative confirmed to Pitchfork on Sunday that the singer was "unwell and receiving treatment." It remains unclear where she is being treated and what types of treatment she is receiving.