Tam, Lark, and Thaddeus Farrow’s mother, Mia Farrow, have spoken out about their deaths for the first time.
The 76-year-old actress responded to the “vicious rumours” recently circulating regarding their demise in a lengthy statement posted on Twitter on Wednesday.
Farrow said, “I am the mother of fourteen children, and my family is everything to me. “Even though I chose a career that required me to interact with the public, most of my offspring have chosen to lead pretty solitary lives. “.
Farrow added that she respects people’s wishes to maintain their anonymity by being “selective” about the information she posts on social media. But she decided to speak out and end “vicious rumors based on untruths” about her three late adopted children that she claims have “emerged online.”.
According to Farrow, her beloved daughter Tam passed away at 17 from an unintentional prescription overdose related to the terrible migraines and heart condition she suffered from.
Before Lark passed away in 2008, Farrow called her a “wonderful woman” and referred to her as a stunning sister and daughter.
She learned that the woman had contracted HIV/AIDS from a former partner and died at the age of 35 due to it. “Despite being ill, she led a happy life full of love and joy with her children and her long-term boyfriend. On Christmas Day, while her partner was holding her close in the hospital, she unexpectedly passed away from her illness after losing all hope of recovery. “.
Then Farrow revealed that her “brave” son Thaddeus had killed himself at 29 due to an abrupt breakup in a relationship he was involved in.
Regarding my children pic.twitter.com/ApiSeBFx9C
— Mia Farrow🇺🇦 (@MiaFarrow) April 1, 2021
The recent episode of the HBO documentary series Allen v. the World did not mention Tam, Lark, or Thaddeus. Farrow has given rise to many online rumours and suspicions regarding their whereabouts. Some of her detractors cited a blog post from her estranged son Moses from 2018 that was critical of Farrow and other family members.
These are “unspeakable tragedies,” Farrow noted in a statement on Wednesday. It would be harmful to their lives and the lives of their children and other loved ones. Rumours there were more rumours about their deaths.
The Rosemary’s Baby actress concluded her remarks by saying “thank you” for the chance to rear 14 children and 16 grandchildren.
Even though they had previously experienced sadness, their lives were now “full of love and joy,” she said. Everybody has their own set of obstacles to overcome and struggles to overcome. I have the best intentions and unconditional love for you. “.