John Charles Villers-Farrow, brother of the bleeding-heart, has-been actress, Mia Farrow, stopped his child molestation trial after only two days to take a plea deal. The oldies may remember the Mia Farrow /Woody Allen scandal. Mia gave an interview in Vanity Fair which painted Woody Allen as an insatiable child molester, and yet, with that knowledge, left her mostly adopted children alone with him. Allen eventually married one of them, Sun Yi. Mia retweeted a thoughtful Father's day message her son Ronan sent to his father, Woody Allen. She added, "Boom" to the tweet.
In her very misinformed (MSNBC), and gullible (white guilt), way. Mia has been an avid supporter of Trayvon Martin on Twitter. But I digress ....
AACo Police PhotoJohn Charles Villers-Farrow, 66, of 1490 Wakefield Road in Edgewater, Md., was arrested on November 14, 2012, and charged with Second and Third Degree Sex Offense, Perverted Practice (two counts), Second Degree Child Abuse (two counts), Sex Abuse of a Minor (two counts) and Second Degree Assault (two counts). The suspect is currently being held at the Detention Center on $800,000 bond.
Villers-Farrow, a successful businessman and brother of actress Mia Farrow, told the court he entered the plea because it was the quickest way he could serve time and get home to his wife, Sandra Hall.
Hall called the two victims in the case “vipers” and said she fully supports her husband.
Updated 7:36 pm, Friday, July 26, 2013ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The brother of actress Mia Farrow has entered an Alford plea in a Maryland court to two counts of sexually abusing two boys.The Capital of Annapolis reports (http://bit.ly/13jEYLS) that John Villers-Farrow of Edgewater entered the plea Friday in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court in Annapolis. An Alford plea allows a defendant to maintain his innocence while admitting prosecutors had enough evidence to convict.The 66-year-old businessman, husband and father was indicted in November after two men accused him of sexually abusing them when they were children living in his neighborhood.The newspaper reports that Villers-Farrow said he made the plea because it was the quickest way he could serve the time. He will be sentenced Sept. 30.Prosecutors say Villers-Farrow began abusing one boy when he was 9 years old and the second when he was 8.
In case you do not know what an Alford Plea is, here's a partial definition:
In an Alford Plea, the criminal defendant does not admit the act, but admits that the prosecution could likely prove the charge. The court will pronounce the defendant guilty. The defendant may plead guilty yet not admit all the facts that comprise the crime. An Alford plea allows defendant to plead guilty even while unable or unwilling to admit guilt.
In other words, Villers is guilty as hell. Next, he will probably be paying out big money for civil damages.