In a Vanity Fair exclusive, correspondent Maureen Orth reconnects with Mia Farrow for the first time since Orth broke the news of the sexual-abuse scandal that involved Farrow’s then husband, comedian Woody Allen, and their adopted daughter Dylan. In the story, Farrow discusses her relationship with Frank Sinatra (she says he was the great love of her life and in fact may be the father of her son, Ronan), her philanthropic work, the home she created for her 14 children, both adopted and biological, and the scandal that nearly ruined it. Orth even talks to the long-silent Dylan, giving her first on the record comments since the sex abuse allegations were made nearly 20 years ago. Check out a preview of the piece now before it hits newsstands tomorrow, October 3rd, and iPads, Nooks, and Kindles on October 8th.
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