“It doesn’t surprise me that another paternity story has emerged from Hollywood,” he told In Touch.
Not only is Maury unfazed by the news, but he also told In Touch that he’d be more than willing to help solve Ronan’s paternity on his eponymous daytime show.
“We would be honored to have Mia and her son join us in an effort to uncover the truth,” Maury said.
Mia hinted that Ronan may be a Sinatra in a new interview with Vanity Fair; she admitted that although her marriage to the singing legend was short-lived (they wed in 1966 and divorced in 1968), they “never really split up” even when she was seeing Woody Allen.
When asked if Frank could’ve father Ronan, who was born in 1987, she gave a very ambiguous “possibly.”
Listen, we're all *possibly* Frank Sinatra's son.— Ronan Farrow (@RonanFarrow) October 2, 2013
Ronan seems to be accepting of his dubious lineage, as demonstrated by a tweet in which he wrote, “Listen, we’re all *possibly* Frank Sinatra’s son.”
However, Maury made it clear that if the 25 year old wants closure, there’s nothing stopping The Maury Show from uncovering the truth—not even the fact that Ol’ Blue Eyes passed away in 1998.
“I’ve been doing this show for 25 years, and it wouldn’t be the first time we’ve solved a mystery from the grave,” Maury told In Touch.
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