Woody Allen Refutes Abuse Allegations Made by Dylan Farrow in Recently Released Interview

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In a never-before-seen record from 2020, director Woody Allen refuted declarations that he abused his daughter Dylan when she was only seven.

Woody Allen declared his innocence when he greeted the allegations of sexual assault leveled against him by daughter Dylan Farrow in a recently released interview. Woody's interview with CBS Sunday Morning was filmed in July 2020 and has displayed for the first time to correspond with the new docuseries, Allen v. Farrow. While addressing 1992 allegations made by a then-seven-year-old Dylan, Woody insisted that nothing he ever did with Dylan in his entire life could be mistaken as a sexual assault.

Later in an interview with CBS’ Lee Cowan, the eighty-five-year-old claimed,

“Why would a guy who’s 57 years old? I never was accused of anything in my life, I’m suddenly going to drive up in the middle of a contentious custody fight at Mia’s country home a seven-year-old girl. It just – on the surface, I didn’t think it required any investigation, even. It’s so preposterous, and yet the smear has remained. And they still prefer to cling to if not the notion that I molested Dylan, the possibility that I molested her. Nothing that I ever did with Dylan in my life could be misconstrued as that.”