Sinead O’Connor, pictured in Hungary in April, has made some intense accusations against her family online. (Balazs Mohai/MTI via AP)

Sinead O’Connor, pictured in Hungary in April, has made some intense accusations against her family online. (Balazs Mohai/MTI via AP)

Scoop: Sinead O’Connor rages at her family on social media

Things really are not going well for Sinead O’Connor.

On Monday, she posted a vitriolic diatribe on Facebook, TMZ reports, trashing her children, the fathers of her children and her sister, saying: “I’m s— to you. You’re dead to me. You killed your mother. You stole my sons.”

The comments came a day after a post Sunday morning that appeared to be a suicide note directed to those same family members.

O’Connor claimed in that message to have taken an overdose of pills, but she was later found “safe and sound” in Dublin and apparently was getting medical attention.

According to People, O’Connor, 48, reportedly has been struggling with her health and fighting with exes Donal Lunny and Frank Bonadio to see her youngest children: Shane Lunny, 11, and Yeshua Bonadio, 8. (O’Connor is also mom to Jake Reynolds, 28, and Roisin Waters, 19.)

This doesn’t represent the first time the “Nothing Compares 2 U’ singer has taken to social media to share distressing posts. In 2011, an alleged string of suicidal Tweets prompted authorities to visit her home.

NOT JUST ANY CALENDAR GIRLS

The Italian tire company Pirelli’s annual calendar typically showcases artfully lit nude supermodels, but it offers something different for 2016.

Photography superstar Annie Leibovitz took portraits of women of various sizes, ages and ethnicities who were selected for their “professional, social, cultural, sporting and artistic accomplishment.”

Subjects include Yoko Ono, wearing a top hat, tuxedo jacket and fishnets; Patti Smith in jeans, boots and a snarl and commentator Fran Lebowitz smoking a cigarette in a man’s pinstriped jacket. Also pictured: blogger Tavi Gevinson, actress Yao Chen, artist Shirin Neshat, investment banker Mellody Hobson, “Selma” director Ava DuVernay and art collector Agnes Gund.

Perhaps the most buzz-worthy shots are of comedian Amy Schumer and tennis champ Serena Williams — in their undies (and no tops).

QUICK TAKES

New York-based, Bay Area-bred actress Adrienne Eller, who appears in the national tour of “Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder” now onstage in The City, is looking forward to hanging out with fellow thespians from Children’s Musical Theatre San Jose, where she learned her trade (under artistic director Kevin Hauge); on Dec. 12, she’s slated to attend Honors Night, CMT’s annual awards ceremony. … Pop star Pink, who was named a UNICEF ambassador Monday, saw firsthand severely malnourished children during a recent visit to Haiti as a part of the organization’s program to provide food tto children in need.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Singer Janelle Monae is 30. … Comedian Sarah Silverman is 45. … Actor Jeremy Northam is 54. … Model-actress Carol Alt is 55. … Novelist Candace Bushnell is 57. … Actor Treat Williams is 64. … Snger Gilbert O’Sullivan is 69. … Actress-singer Bette Midler is 70. … Actor-director Woody Allen is 80. … Singer Billy Paul is 80.

— Staff, wire report

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