Published On: Fri, Sep 23rd, 2016

Mia Farrow’s Son Thaddeus killed himself At 27

Mia Farrow’s Son Thaddeus Dead at 27 Twitter and Getty

 

Mia Farrow’s 27-year-old son, Thaddeus Wilk Farrow,   was found in his vehicle Wednesday afternoon seriously injured in the town of Roxbury, Connecticut.

Connecticut authorities said he shot himself in the torso and later pronounced dead at a hospital. The state medical examiner’s office have ruled the cause of death of a suicide after an autopsy Thursday, reports Fox News.

Thaddeus is the third of Farrow adopted children to die. In 2000 daughter Tam Farrow died of heart failure at the age of 19. In 2008 adopted  daughter Lark Farrow died at the age of 35.

Farrow adopted Thaddeus in an orphanage in Kolkata, India in 1995. He was paralyzed from the waist down due to a polio he contracted as a baby.

Police said Thaddeus Farrow lived about a 24-mile drive from Roxbury in Torrington. Before, he had lived at his mother’s house in nearby Bridgewater.

As of September 2016, Farrow has 11 living children. Four biological, seven adopted, including her adopted daughter Soon-Yi from whom she is estranged. Three of Farrow’s biological children are from her marriage with musician André Previn: twins Matthew and Sascha, and son Fletcher. Her fourth son Ronan Farrow was born during her marriage to Woody Allen. After Allen-Soon-Yi scandal, Mia Farrow has stated that his father could possibly be her first husband Frank Sinatra.

In 2013 Thaddeus tolked to Vanity Fair and revealed that he was working as a car mechanic and studying to be a police officer. Thaddeus shared how overwhelmed he was to be loved by Mia Farrow and his new family:

It was scary to be brought to a world of people whose language I did not understand, with different skin colors. The fact that everyone loved me was a new experience, overwhelming at first.

 

Mia Farrow has not commented on the death of Thaddeus Farrow as of Thursday afternoon.

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