David Corio/RedfernsSinead O’Connor is reportedly missing near the Chicago suburb of Wilmette, and police are investigating her disappearance.

According to a statement from the Wilmette Police Department to ABC News, O’Connor reportedly left the area for a bicycle ride Sunday at 6:00 am and has yet to return. The statement adds that it is “seeking to check the well-being” of O’Connor,” adding, “A caller has expressed concern her well-being and no other information is available at this time.”

A report on TMZ claims a police alert has classified the Grammy-winning Irish singer as “missing suicidal.”

O’Connor’s Facebook page was last updated Sunday, May 15. The day before, she wrote, “Heading Down South for several weeks now. Hoping to begin ‘P*** Where You Sit’ protests in North Carolina. Irish style ; ).” This appears to be a reference to the North Carolina so-called “bathroom bill,” which seeks to restrict which public restrooms transgender individuals may use.

Last November, O’Connor posted what appeared to be a suicide note on her Facebook page. In it, she said she’d “taken an overdose” and was staying in a hotel in Ireland under an assumed name. She was later found safe.

Recently, O’Connor got into a spat with Arsenio Hall after she publicly accused him of giving both her and Prince drugs in the 1990s. Hall then sued her. O’Connor’s biggest hit is, of course, Prince’s song “Nothing Compares 2 U.”

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