Mia Farrow's son Thaddeus found dead in car in Connecticut

Mia Farrow’s 27-year-old son, Thaddeus Wilk Farrow, has died after being found seriously injured in his vehicle in Connecticut.

As reported by the Associated Press, state police say Thaddeus Farrow was found Wednesday afternoon in Roxbury with a life-threatening injury and was later pronounced dead at a hospital.

Officials said there appeared to be no criminal aspect to his death and did not release additional details. A post-mortem examination to determine the cause of death is planned.

Representatives for the actress did not immediately return messages on Thursday.

State police say Thaddeus Farrow lived in Torrington, about a 24-mile drive from where he was found on a road.

Public records show he lived at his mother’s property until a few years ago.

The actress adopted Thaddeus Farrow, who contracted polio in an orphanage in Kolkata, India, and was paralysed from the waist down.

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