PDT 3/31/2021 9:12 PM
The actress and Woody Allen’s former partner posted a lengthy response to “vicious rumors based on facts” on Twitter on Wednesday.
Mia Farrow made a sentimental statement on Twitter, detailing the deaths of three of her 14 children and calling them “unspeakable tragedies.” Allen v Farrow recording.
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In the statement, Mia Farrow’s response to “vicious rumors based on false facts” was directed at the deaths of her daughters Tam and Lark and Thaddeus’ son, none of them included in the documentary.
Farrow wrote: “Very few families are perfect. Any parent who has lost a child knows that the pain is endless.” “However, some vicious rumors about false facts have appeared online, involving the lives of my three children. In order to commemorate their memories, their children, and every family that has dealt with the death of their children, I published this article.”
In the statement, Farrow called Skylark an “extraordinary woman”, an “excellent daughter, sister, partner and mother of her own child”, who died of HIV/AIDS in 2008 at the age of 35. “Even though 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 husband on Christmas Day.”
She wrote that Tam died at the age of seventeen, “due to an accidental overdose of prescriptions related to her painful migraine and heart disease”.
In 1991, Mia (Mia) adopted a baby and was co-adopted by Woody Allen (Woody Allen) Moses Farrow (Moses Farrow) proposed in her 2018 blog post about Tam’s death in 2000 Objected and claimed that this was suicide.
In Moses’ blog, he also claimed that his brother Thaddeus was abused by Farrow.However, 9 other children of Mia disputed this statement because Allen v Farrow notes. Moses declined to be interviewed for this documentary.
Thaddeus was only 29 years old when he died in 2016. Farrow called her son “brave” in the statement and “lived happily with his partner” before the relationship abruptly ended. Farrow wrote: “He lives his own life.”
Read Farrow’s statement in its entirety via the Twitter account below.