Moses divulges details about growing up with his mother Mia Farrow in an interview with author Eric Lax. Moses said, “Mia’s ability and intent to mold her children to do her bidding was matched by her living in constant fear her secrets of abusive parenting would be divulged, and the reputation she built as the loving mother of a large brood of adopted kids would be destroyed. My biggest fear was that we would be rejected, excommunicated rather, from her and the family. I lived in constant threat of this happening. As an adopted child, there is no bigger fear than to lose your family.” Moses stated that “now that I no longer live in fear of her rejection, I am free to share how she cultivated and brainwashed me as she has done with Ronan and Dylan.
Moses believes that in no way did Woody Allen sexually abuse Dylan O’Sullivan Farrow. The molestation accusation against Woody was calculated. Mia had a judge who seemed sympathetic to her case; she found a lawyer who helped craft her arguments, she used her influence as a mother over her children and used it to gain favor in the media.” Along with the abuse that Moses explained he endured, he found that much of the story that Dylan told about her experience with Woody Allen didn’t match the reality he remembered. Dylan in which she detailed the alleged 1992 sexual assault by Woody: “My father told me to lay on my stomach and play with my brother’s electric train set. Then he sexually assaulted me… I remember staring at that toy train, focusing on it as it traveled in its circle around the attic. To this day, I find it difficult to look at toy trains.”
Moses says there is a central problem with the recollection: “I assure you, there was no electric train set in that attic. There was nothing practical about that space as a place for kids to play, even if we wanted to. It was an unfinished attic with exposed fiberglass insulation. It smelled of mothballs, and there were mouse traps, and poison pellets left all around. My mother used it for storage where she kept several trunks full of hand-me-down clothes, that sort of thing. The idea that the space could possibly accommodate a functioning electric train set, circling around the attic, makes no sense at all.