Woody Allen’s family is so enigmatic, especially after director’s son Moses has accused his mother Mia Farrow of abuse.
Moses Farrow, an adopted son of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow, has sprung to his father’s defence. the 39-year-old man insists Allen never molested his sister, Dylan. Hollywood life never was a simple thing but so many allegations of sexual assaults make confused everyone.
Moses Farrow preferred to maintain a low profile despite his star parents. But amid the accusations surrounding his father, and the publicity caused by the work of his brother Ronan, a crusading journalist who will soon be presented with his Pulitzer Prize for reporting on the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Moses decided to express his own vision of the situation.
On Wednesday, Moses Farrow described himself as “a very private person” and published a 4,650-word blog post in an attempt to tell his version of events.
“Given the incredibly inaccurate and misleading attacks on my father, Woody Allen, I feel that I can no longer stay silent as he continues to be condemned for a crime he did not commit,”
Woody Allen’s son defended him.
“I was present for everything that transpired in our house before, during, and after the alleged event. Now that the public hysteria of earlier this year has died down a little and I have some hope that the truth can get a fair hearing, I want to share my story,”
he added and shared some interesting details about Mia Farrow and her methods to keep a perfect-looking Hollywood family.
Mia Farrow was never a perfect mother to her adopted kids
Moses Farrow who was adopted by Mia and Woody wrote on his blog that for all kids in their family, life under Mia’s roof was impossible if you didn’t do exactly what you were told, no matter how questionable the demand. The 39-year-old man confessed that for his mother, it was important to project to the world a picture of a happy blended household of both biological and adopted children. Alas, that was far from the truth.
Amid the scandal with Woody Allen, Moses’ new essay backs his father by doubting sister Dylan’s account and also alleges that Mia was physically and emotionally abusive towards him and her other children.
“The fatal dysfunction within my childhood home had nothing to do with Woody,”
“It began long before he entered the picture and came straight from a deep and persistent darkness within the Farrow family.”