The Word: Woody Allen gazed sadly at a photo of Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra

Sinatra, Farrow, Allen. You decide. Credit:  Getty Images
Frank Sinatra, Ronan Farrow, Woody Allen. You decide. Credit:
Getty Images

Never have I hoped more that a Page Six story was 100 percent correct.

As I trust we all know by now, Mia Farrow said recently that her son with Woody Allen, Ronan Farrow, may not be Allen’s biological son at all, but that his father could in fact be her ex Frank Sinatra. And I’m no geneticist, but, well — look at the picture above. I know whose DNA my money’s on.

Woody Allen’s camp immediately dismissed the claims. “The article is so fictitious and extravagantly absurd that he is not going to comment,” his representative told the Associated Press. However, maybe it’s preying on his mind a little bit after all: At Truman Capote’s black and white ball, he was unable to tear his eyes from a picture of Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow when they were married.

“Woody just stood there looking at the photo of Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra, studying it intently. He didn’t say a word. Eventually, he quietly moved on,” a witness told Page Six.

If it were literally any other man on the planet, I would feel sorry for his possible cuckolding. But since we’re talking about a man who’s married to his ex’s daughter, HAHAHAHA. May there be photos of Mia and Frank everywhere he goes forever.


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