Sinatra’s widow bashes hint Farrow’s son may be Ol’ Blue Eyes’

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After Frank Sinatra’s widow Barbara Sinatra heard about Mia Farrow’s coy comment that her son Ronan’s biological dad may not be Woody Allen, but “possibly” fathered by Ol’ Blue Eyes — Barbara told the Palm Springs, Calif. Desert Sun that was “a phony deal. … It’s just a bunch of junk. There’s always junk written — lies that aren’t true.”

Sinatra also told the newspaper Ronan was 11 years old when Sinatra died in 1998, and implied that if he was indeed the singer’s biological child, he would have remembered him in his will — which he did not.

Also, when Ronan was conceived in March or April, 1987, Farrow was constantly in then-husband Woody Allen’s company — as they were filming “September” in Connecticut.

Sinatra was performing in Las Vegas at that time.

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