In the last few days it was revealed by the NY Post’s Page Six that Mia Farrow erased her adopted daughter from a photo taken with Hillary Clinton. The daughter, Tam, died in 2000. Mia said it was an accidental overdose. but another adopted son, Moses, says Tam committed suicide.
Now is Mia is upset that people are discussing the deaths of 3 of her adopted children.
Mia writes on Twitter: “Few families are perfect, and any parent who has suffered the loss of a child knows that pain is merciless and ceaseless. However, some vicious rumors based on untruths have appeared online concerning the lives of three of my children. To honor their memory, their children and every family that has dealt with the death of a child, I am posting this message.”
Mia says: Tam died “from an accidental prescription overdose related to the agonizing migraines she suffered, and her heart ailment.” Moses says Tam killed herself after fighting with Mia.
Two other adopted children died, as well. Thaddeus committed suicide, he was found in his car dead from shooting himself. Adopted daughter Lark died of AIDS.
Mia blames Thaddeus’ death on a relationship gone wrong. Thaddeus, by the way, was given the middle name “Wilk” by Mia, who named him for late judge Elliot Wilk who presided over the Allen v. Farrow custody case. She was sucking up to the judge, who Woody Allen told us in his memoir last year had strange personal issues of his own.
Lark’s death was the only non suicide. That gets the most ink from Mia because it’s the least embarrassing.
Mia writes “My daughter Lark was an extraordinary woman, a wonderful daughter, sister, partner and mother to her own children. She died at 35 from complications of HIV/AIDS, which she contracted from a previous partner. Despite her illness she lived a fruitful and loving life with her children and longtime partner. She succumbed to her illness & died suddenly in the hospital on Christmas, in her partner’s arms.”
In her entire post, Mia never explains why she scrubbed Tam from a photo taken with Hillary Clinton.
In the recent “Allen v. Farrow” documentary, Mia was portrayed as mother of the year. There was no mention of the children’s deaths.