Oh Snap! Woody Allen’s Life is Turning Into a Lifetime Movie.

Woody Allen, the father of the century, heck, father of ETERNITY, may actually have no biological children!

He even played a sperm once!

And this is DESPITE playing a sperm!

There is nothing wrong with that, of course. Lots of people choose the adoption route and I commend them. However, it’s only funny in light of Woody’s, uh, sordid past.

Allow me to explain.

Back in 1992 Woody was just your average, neurotic Jewish filmmaker. He was in a 12-year relationship with actress Mia Farrow (whom he never married) and about to release the movie Husband and Wives, starring Farrow. Good stuff.

But the sh– hit the fan, big time, when Farrow discovered nude photos Allen, then 56, had taken of her daughter Soon-Yi Previn, then 20, whom she had adopted with ex-husband Andre Previn. While TECHNICALLY Soon-Yi was not Allen’s daughter, it was still kind of icky, you know? Banging your live-in partner’s daughter? Yeah, not my thing.

Such a beautiful couple

Such a beautiful couple.

Anyway, Allen and Farrow split up and Soon-Yi and Woody stayed together, finally marrying in 1997 and have since adopted two children together.

And this is when it gets REALLY scandalous.

See, Mia and Woody adopted two children together and Mia gave birth to their biological son Ronan in 1987. Ronan has since disavowed his pop, tweeting in 2012 “Happy father’s day–or as they call it in my family, happy brother-in-law’s day.”

Oh, BURN.

And now Mia is telling a NEW story. In an interview with Vanity Fair, she confesses that Ronan might not even be Woody’s son. Ol’ Blue Eyes himself and first husband, Frank Sinatra, could be Ronan’s father:

When asked point-blank if her biological son with Woody Allen, Ronan Farrow, may actually be the son of Frank Sinatra, Farrow answers, “Possibly.” No DNA tests have been done.

You be the judge!

You be the judge!

This is just too awesome. Well-played Mia, well-played.

 

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