Mia Farrow said a few words to those who spread the “vicious truth” about the deaths of the three children Tam, Lark, and Thaddeus.
On Wednesday night, the 76-year-old actor shared a statement titled “About My Child” on Twitter.
She began to say: “As a mother with 14 children, my family is very important to me.” “Although I chose to put myself in a public place, most of my children have chosen very A private life. I respect their every wish, which is why I am selective in my social media posts.”
The “Rosemary’s Baby” star said she chose to speak out aloud after “fact-based vicious rumors”
In order to “commemorate their memory”, Farrow shared some details of each child who died.
She wrote: “My beloved daughter, Tam, died at the age of 17 from an accidental overdose related to her painful migraine and heart disease.” Tam died in 2000.
Farrow described Lark who died of HIV/AIDS in 2008. She was “an extraordinary woman, a beautiful daughter, sister, partner and mother of her own children.”
“Although she was sick, she lived a fruitful and caring life with her children and long-term partner. She succumbed to the disease and died suddenly in the hospital in the arms of her partner on Christmas,” Farrow wrote .
In the end, she said that her “brave” son Thaddeus was only 29 years old when he died in 2016 and died of suicide when a relationship “suddenly ended”.
Farrow said later in the statement that the loss of three of her fourteen children was an “unspeakable” tragedy, and that “any other speculation about their deaths” was a shame on their lives.
“Everyone has their own battle to fight; their own grief that. I send my best hope and my love,” she concluded.
Although it is not yet clear what “malignant truth” Farrow is referring to, there are even debates about the details of Tan Zhi’s death in Farrow’s own family.
Farrow’s adopted son, Moses Farrow, argued in a blog in 2018 that Tam’s death was an accident, and wrote that Tan was killed by overdose.
It is worth noting that with the release of the HBO documentary “Allen v. Farrow” in February, the relationship between Moses and his mother became a topic of public discussion. The two men are currently estranged, and Moses declined to be interviewed for the series.