INTERVIEW WITH DYLAN FARROW ABOUT THE ALLEGED MISBEHAVIORS, BEING ASSAULTED
Woody Allen for a long time seemed like he was untouchable. His adopted daughter Dylan Farrow accused him of assaulting and molesting her over twenty-five-years ago. Gayle King recently interviewed her on CBS This Morning about this particular event and the #metoo movement. Dylan described Allen’s assaults in detail, along with many other of her father’s misbehaviors. She has been consistent in maintaining the allegations he assaulted her since the early 90’s. Dylan first told her mother and then her doctor. She went public with these allegations way back in 2004 with a story in the New York Times. But Woody Allen has always denied he molested her. So far Allen has been immune in the public’s eye.
WOODY ALLEN ALLEGEDLY ASSAULTED AND MOLESTED HIS DAUGHTER
During the interview, Gayle King showed her various clips. Some of support and alliances, like Natalie Portman. When Gayle showed her a clip of her dad she had to listen to him say, “If I wanted to be a child molester, I had many opportunities in the past.” She has found it very difficult to watch Allen lie over the years about assaulting her. But authorities have still not ever filed any charges against Allen for his alleged misbehaviors. The Connecticut State prosecutor on the case, Frank Maco, said that there was probable cause to charge him.
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DYLAN FARROW HAS BEEN CONSISTENT IN HER ACCUSATION AND THE DEVASTATING STORIES SHE HAS SHARED
The #metoo movement has allowed Dylan to gain the strength she needed. Now a mother herself, she has had to face all the emotions an assault victim endures. She has worked hard to have her voice heard. Allen’s PR has been so strong over the years, there hasn’t been any movement until now about his misbehaviors with his daughter. Is it because of Bill Cosby? Or Harvey Weinstein? Or Kevin Spacey? There is now a long list of predators that have finally been shamed by their crimes. When will Allen face the same justice?