Woody Allen denied allegations that he had sexually assaulted his own daughter, Dylan Farrow , in his very first TV interview in nearly three decades! Check out what the controversial director had to say about the re-emerging allegations!
Allen called the charges that he abused his now estranged daughter “ridiculous!”
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However, the man said he is confident she thinks the abuse took place.
While giving an interview on CBS Sunday Morning that was apparently taped in July, Woody said that “ it’s so ridiculous and yet it has remained slander. And they’d rather hold on to, if not the idea that I abused Dylan, the possibility that I abused her. Nothing I’ve ever done with Dylan in my life can be misinterpreted as such. ‘
The in-depth sit-down was released today on ViacomCBS’s Paramount + streaming platform, two weeks after the HBO miniseries Allen v. Farrow concluded.
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The famous director went on to say, ‘I believe she thinks so [happened]She was a good kid, and I think she thinks so too. You know, I don’t think she’s making it up. I don’t believe she’s lying. I believe she believes that. ‘
This is not the first time that Allen has said something similar.
In 2014 he wrote a counter-article in the New York Times in which he said: Mother to hate her father for being a monster who has abused her, after many years of indoctrination it is so inconceivable that the image of me that Mia wanted to establish is rooted had shot? ‘
The allegations first surfaced during the exes’ custody.
Connecticut state police launched an investigation at the time, but the director was never charged or arrested. Instead, he was denied visiting rights with Dylan.