What caused Sinead O Connor’s death? No medical cause has been given for the death of Sinead O Connor and an autopsy will be conducted with results taking up to ‘several weeks’, London Inner South Coroner’s Court has said. The Irish singer was found unresponsive at her home in south London, police revealed in a statement earlier today. The Nothing Compares 2 U singer’s family shared the news of her death at56 on Wednesday evening, sparking tributes from heartbroken friends and celebrities across the world. Today it was revealed that no medical cause was given in the death of Sinead O’Connor and an autopsy will be carried out, London Inner South Coroner’s Court has said. The result of the autopsy may not be available for several weeks, according to a statement on the court website. Sinead O’Connor’s cause of death update given by coroner after tragic death at 56 ( Image: Redferns) The coroner was notified of the death on Wednesday after police found the Grammy-winning singer unresponsive at a home in south London. The death of the Irish star at the age of 56 is not being treated as suspicious. The statement from the court said: “The death of Sinead O’Connor in Lambeth was notified to the coroner on Wednesday, July 26, 2023. “No medical cause of death was given. The coroner, therefore, directed an autopsy to be conducted. The results of this may not be available for several weeks. “The decision whether an inquest will be needed will be decided when these results are known and submissions have been heard from the family. “If an inquest is to be opened, the date of the brief public hearing will be provided on our website.” Police were called to Sinead’s home in Lambeth, southeast London on Wednesday morning following a report of an unresponsive woman at the home, however Sinead was pronounced dead at the scene. Her death is not being treated as suspicious.