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For the first time since Dylan Farrow’s February New York Times editorial that called out the actress, Diane Keaton has spoken out in support of Woody Allen.
And his name was met with tepid applause in an otherwise rousing speech.
The director’s rebuttal to Dylan Farrow’s allegations that he molested her depicts his ex, Mia Farrow, as a deceitful, manipulative, hate-mongering witch who brainwashed his child. A close examination of his own statements paints a different picture.
In Allen’s irate and final defense against his daughter’s allegations of sexual assault, there is a particularly strange paragraph.
The Oscar Award-winning director speaks out in the New York Times about the allegations that he sexually assaulted his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow when she was 7 years old. Updated - Feb. 8, 11:17 a.m. ET: Dylan Farrow has released a statement in response to Allen’s letter. She said, “I won’t let the truth be buried and I won’t be silenced.”
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Mia Farrow’s daughter Dylan Farrow published an open letter in the New York Times on Saturday in which she describes being sexually assaulted by Woody Allen. Updated — Feb. 2, 5:30 p.m ET: A spokesperson for Woody Allen called Farrow’s allegations “untrue and disgraceful.”