Frank Sinatra's Widow Counters Mia Farrow Paternity Suggestion

Frank Sinatra's widow, Barbara says Mia Farrow's remark that Frank could be the father of her son, is "a bunch of junk." INSIDE EDITION has the latest.

Frank Sinatra's widow isn't buying Mia Farrow's claim that her genius son may be the late, great singer's love child.

"It's just a bunch of junk," says Barbara Sinatra. "Lies that aren't true." [Source: Desert Sun]

Barbara, who's now 85, was married to Sinatra when Ronan Farrow was born in 1987. She's denouncing the shocking Vanity Fair magazine story that Sinatra and Mia were having an affair during her marriage to Sinatra.


"It sounds like a phony to me," said Barbara.

She also points out that when Sinatra died in 1998, he left nothing to Ronan.

One woman says that if Ronan is Sinatra's illegitimate child, he isn't the only one. So is she. She even legally changed her last name to Sinatra and, like Ronan, she has bright blue eyes similar to Old Blue Eyes himself.

Referring to Ronan, Julie Sinatra told INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent, "He's got dad's nose, for sure. He has my eyes, like dad's eyes. He has my cheekbones, like dad's cheekbones."

Julie Sinatra says that her mother met Sinatra in 1940 when she was working as a hostess at the Pink Flamingo in Las Vegas, and they carried on an affair for seven years while Sinatra was married to his first wife, Nancy. 

Trent asked, "Would you like to have a DNA test done?"

"They have refused that with me and have not embraced me into the family," said Julie.

Julie hopes that Ronan does have the opportunity to be DNA tested.

"Because you don't want to have a question about your identity," said Julie.

Meanwhile, Woody Allen stayed mum about the revelation that he may not be Ronan's father, refusing to answer questions.