Ronan Farrow has responded to his brother Moses Farrow and his allegations of abuse by their mother Mia Farrow.
Moses wrote on his personal blog an essay where he defended his father Woody Allen and accuses his mother Mia Farrow of abuse and manipulation. He also denies Allen’s abuse of his sister Dylan.
Ronan Farrow, a journalist, 30 years, defended his mother Mia Farrow and reiterated his belief in the abuse of his sister Dylan Farrow when she was a child, by his father Woody Allen, after the post of Moses.
“It is not worth it to say much to answer the repeated campaign to discredit my sister, often attacking my mother,” wrote Ronan Farrow in a statement posted on social media this Thursday.
“This happens whenever Dylan speaks, so this is all what I will offer: my mother did an extraordinary job, and none of my brothers with whom I have spoken, ever witnessed anything more than the love and care of a single mother who went through hell to keep their children safe.”
“Our brother Moses said the same thing in press releases dating back to many years ago. After the relentless scrutiny of the way of upbringing of my mother and the efforts to disprove it, she was granted complete custody to protect us from Woody Allen. We all grew up with offers from him to speak against our mother in exchange for support. (He did that to help pay for my college education where i would be obliged to turn against her, and lying. I refused.)… I believe in my sister.”
Moses who was adopted in South Korea by Mia Farrow, when he was 2 years old, said Wednesday that he witnessed as his mother was physically abusive to his siblings, among them, the now-wife of Woody Allen, Soon-Yi Previn. Moses also defended his father against the accusations of Dylan 32 years, that he abuse her when she was a little girl. He said that he saw as Mia taught Dylan what she had to say, and that to denounce his father has been his biggest regret.
Earlier this year, Ronan Farrow won a Pulitzer for his reporting exposing Harvey Weinstein and his sexual abuse in Hollywood, for the New Yorker.
Mmm… obviously, they were going to respond to both Dylan and Ronan. Just to follow the thread of the story. To bribe him with the university so that he would turn against his mother, made me think of the testament of Woody… when you die who are the heirs… the wife and children (who support you?). I don’t know, just imagining, honestly, this story is very twisted and is perfect for a movie. By the way, Ronan seems to be a horror movie doll… omg