Thoughts on Sylvester Stallone’s Career and other Stallone Related Commentary (Part 3)
Since I started researching Stallone, I am not a happy camper. I walked into this research expecting to find positive and nice things about Stallone, but that’s not what I found.
I’m not liking what I’m finding about Stallone – and it only goes downhill in future posts, where I write about sexual assault accusations by girls and women against Stallone.
In this post, I discuss various topics related to his personal life, including but not limited to, Stallone’s parenting, his odd family of origin, his odd physical appearance, his weird obsession with his physical appearance, and more.
I will be discussing Stallone’s extra-marital affairs, both acknowledged and alleged, while he was married to Sasha Czeck, Brigitte Nielsen and his current wife, Jennifer Flavin, in another post, one that deals with his sexual immorality.
I will address Stallone’s three daughters with Jennifer Flavin in another post.
Stallone had two sons with his first wife, Sasha Czack.
Their oldest son, Sage Stallone, died at the age of 36 in 2012.
Their youngest son is named Seargeoh Stallone, and he is autistic.
Based on what I’ve read of the family dynamics, Stallone didn’t spend much time with either son.
Here are a few links about that:
Sly’s Silent Son (Seargeoh) via People magazine, June 1985
You’ll note from the People magazine article about Seargeoh, that the mother, Czack, did all the parenting, because she says Stallone was too busy with his career.
I find that odd, because if one looks at Stallone’s IMDB page, from 1980 to 1990, he doesn’t appear all that busy, other than a few Rocky and Rambo movies, and one or two others (such as “Rhinestone”).
I’m not a movie actor, but I fail to see how making approximately 8 to 10 movies over a decade would leave one with no free time to parent. Doesn’t it take these Hollywood guys 3 to 6 months per film to film it?
At any rate, the People magazine article, dated June 1985, suggests that Czack did all or most of the parenting:
…Seargeoh, the doctor announced, was suffering from autism…
…Ignoring advice to place Seargeoh in an institution, they resolved to shoulder the responsibility themselves. “I knew that Sly couldn’t get as involved because of his work,” says Sasha. “We do what we have to do. So I just said, ‘Give me the money, and I’ll take care of it.’ ” He did, and she has.