Mia Farrow says the son she ostensibly had with actor Woody Allen could "possibly" be Frank Sinatra's offspring.
In November's issue of "Vanity Fair," Farrow and eight of her children open up about their family's scandalous past.
The family has not done any DNA tests, so Farrow can't be sure of the parentage of Ronan Farrow, who has made a name for himself as an activist, humanitarian, and former Obama advisor.
Following the release of the article, Ronan Farrow joked about the possibility of Sinatra being his father on Twitter.
Listen, we're all *possibly* Frank Sinatra's son.
— Ronan Farrow (@RonanFarrow) October 2, 2013
Sinatra and Farrow were married July 19, 1966, in Las Vegas, but the couple divorced two years later. Ronan Farrow was born in 1987, and Sinatra died in 1998.
Farrow tells the magazine that Sinatra was the love of her life. "We never really split up," she says.
The "Rosemary's Baby" star and her kids also discuss the sexual abuse case between Allen and Farrow's adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow. Dylan recalls details from an alleged incident between herself and Allen that took place in an attic. "I remember what I was wearing and what I wasn't wearing," Dylan tells "Vanity Fair."
In response to the magazine's story, Allen's representative, Leslee Dart, told HLN that "the article is so fictitious and extravagantly absurd that he is not going to comment."
Farrow's son Fletcher Previn says he Photoshopped Allen out of all their family photos after Allen married another one of Farrow's adopted daughters, Soon-Yi Previn.
Farrow has 14 adopted and biological children. She is now an activist for UNICEF.