Gerry Adams advises Sinéad O'Connor to go to Gardaí with abuse allegations

She claims she was repeatedly molested in the 1970's

Gerry Adams advises Sinéad O'Connor to go to Gardaí with abuse allegations

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams | Photocall file photo

The Sinn Féin President has advised Sineád O'Connor to go to Gardai with claims she was molested by a now deceased member of the party.

The singer made the claim in a letter to I.R.A. abuse victim Mairia Cahill.

Sineád O'Connor - who has applied to be a member of Sinn Féin - claims she was repeatedly molested in the 1970's.

Gerry Adams says she needs to bring those claims to the authorities: