Sinead O’Connor hits back at Arsenio Hall’s lawsuit threat in no-holds-barred Facebook post
The singer took to Facebook on Friday night to respond to Hall’s threat of a $5 million defamation lawsuit.
Sinéad Ó’Connor has delivered a firm response to Arsenio Hall after it emerged that the entertainer was planning on suing O’Connor for $5 million for claims she made about Hall, whom, she said, supplied recently deceased music legend Prince with drugs “for decades”.
She also claimed that Hall once spiked her drink years ago at Eddie Murphy’s house.
Responding to those claims, representatives of Hall’s announced that they would take legal action against O’Connor, a lawsuit worth €5 million for what they claimed were “outlandish defamatory lies” about their client.
O’Connor has subsequently hit back at Hall in a no-holds-barred post on her Facebook page, saying she is looking forward to “how hilarious it will be watching him trying to prove me wrong”.
The statement on her Facebook page also referred to a DEA investigation into Prince's drug use and ended with a line addressed to Hall which read: “He can suck my d**k. That is if he isn't too busy sucking someone else's d**k. : )