Here is some of the ” proof” Woody is saying to show that he did not molest Dylan and Mia is at fault……
Twenty-one years ago, when I first heard Mia Farrow had accused me of child molestation, I found the idea so ludicrous I didn’t give it a second thought. We were involved in a terribly acrimonious breakup, with great enmity between us and a custody battle slowly gathering energy.
The self-serving transparency of her malevolence seemed so obvious I didn’t even hire a lawyer to defend myself. It was my show business attorney who told me she was bringing the accusation to the police and I would need a criminal lawyer. I naïvely thought the accusation would be dismissed out of hand because of course, I hadn’t molested Dylan and any rational person would see the ploy for what it was. Common sense would prevail. After all, I was a 56-year-old man who had never before (or after) been accused of child molestation.
The sheer illogic of such a crazy scenario seemed to me dispositive. Notwithstanding, Mia insisted that I had abused Dylan and took her immediately to a doctor to be examined. Dylan told the doctor she had not been molested. Mia then took Dylan out for ice cream, and when she came back with her the child had changed her story.
The police began their investigation; a possible indictment hung in the balance. I very willingly took a lie-detector test and of course passed because I had nothing to hide. I asked Mia to take one and she wouldn’t.
Last week a woman named Stacey Nelkin, whom I had dated many years ago, came forward to the press to tell them that when Mia and I first had our custody battle 21 years ago, Mia had wanted her to testify that she had been underage when I was dating her, despite the fact this was untrue. Stacey refused. I include this anecdote so we all know what kind of character we are dealing with here. One can imagine in learning this why she wouldn’t take a lie-detector test.
After a full investigation the findings were:
“It is our expert opinion that Dylan was not sexually abused by Mr. Allen. Further, we believe that Dylan’s statements on videotape and her statements to us during our evaluation do not refer to actual events that occurred to her on August 4th, 1992 … In developing our opinion we considered three hypotheses to explain Dylan’s statements. First, that Dylan’s statements were true and that Mr. Allen had sexually abused her; second, that Dylan’s statements were not true but were made up by an emotionally vulnerable child who was caught up in a disturbed family and who was responding to the stresses in the family; and third, that Dylan was coached or influenced by her mother, Ms. Farrow. While we can conclude that Dylan was not sexually abused, we can not be definite about whether the second formulation by itself or the third formulation by itself is true. We believe that it is more likely that a combination of these two formulations best explains Dylan’s allegations of sexual abuse.”
Could it be any clearer?
hmmmm…… Gives me something to think about. I do believe Dylan thinks she was abused if this wasn’t true which makes MIa a Monster!
Woody Allen’s attorney forcefully denied decades-old molestation allegations against the director Tuesday, but refused to blame Dylan Farrow for making them – saying she was coached as a child by her mother, Mia Farrow, to believe she had been sexually abused.
“His reaction is one of overwhelming sadness because of what has happened to Dylan,” Elkan Abramowitz told NBC’s Today show when asked how Allen, 78, reacted to his onetime adopted daughter’s open letter in The New York Times claiming he abused her.
“She was a pawn in a huge fight between him and Mia Farrow years ago, and the idea that she was molested was implanted in her by her mother,” Abramowitz said. “That memory is never going to go away. So the fact that she says this now, that it happened 20 years ago, is totally understandable.”
Asked why a grown woman would lie – Dylan is now 28, married and living in Florida under a different name – Abramowitz replied: “In my view, she’s not lying. I think she truly believes this happened. That’s what the vice of this is. When you implant a story in a fragile 7-year-old’s mind, it stays there forever. It never goes away.”
“For as long as I could remember, my father had been doing things to me that I didn’t like,” Dylan Farrow says, detailing for the first time the abuse she says she endured at the hands of her adoptive father Woody Allen. Finally, she writes, when she was 7 years old, “I couldn’t keep the secret any more. … I asked my mother if her dad did to her what Woody Allen did to me.”
Soon, Dylan’s allegations went public – very public. They became a battleground in her mother Mia Farrow’s bitter custody war with Allen. And Connecticut prosecutors launched a criminal investigation against Allen.
But in a controversial move, state’s attorney Frank S. Maco announced in 1993 that while he found “probable cause” to prosecute Allen, he was dropping the case because Dylan was too “fragile” to deal with a trial. Mia agreed with the decision, he said.
Dylan was “traumatized to the extent that I did not have a confident witness to testify in any court setting, whether that’s a closed courtroom or an open courtroom,” Maco recalled last fall after Dylan spoke out to Vanity Fair about the alleged molestation.
A Manhattan judge had already awarded Mia full custody of adopted children Dylan, Moses and biological son Satchel (who later changed his name to Ronan), and barred Allen from any visitation with Dylan in the custody case, which had exploded after Allen’s affair with Farrow’s adopted daughter Soon-Yi, then about 20, was revealed.
Allen, who vehemently denied the charges, lambasted Maco for saying that there was “probable cause,” saying he had no opportunity to defend himself. His complaints led to disciplinary charges against Maco, which were eventually dropped.
Maco stands by his decision. Dylan’s recent openness “does not change anything about my feelings as to the correctness of my words and actions back in ’92 and ’93,” he said last fall. “I had to first and foremost consider the child.”
Woody is a scumbag!
Woody Allen’s biological son thinks Diane Keaton’s fawning acceptance of the Cecil B DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award on Woody’s behalf lacked one material fact — that he allegedly fondled his 7-year-old adopted daughter.
Ronan Farrow — who’s mother Mia Farrow split from Woody after she learned he was having an affair with her adopted daughter Soon-Yi — tweeted this after Keaton’s speech at the Golden Globes:
“Missed the Woody Allen tribute — did they put the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7 before or after Annie Hall?”
Allen’s adopted daughter Dylan claimed when she was 7 Allen touched her inappropriately.
Allen through his lawyer — has previously denied doing anything inappropriate with Dylan.
He gives me the creeps.
WOODY ALLEN AND SOON YI PREVIN
WOODY ALLEN MARRIES SOON-YI
Woody Allen films often feature unorthodox love stories, but he created the strangest one of all in his real life in 1992 when — during a bitter battle with longtime partner Mia Farrow over custody of their three children — the 56-year-old confirmed that he was in love with 21-year-old Soon-Yi Previn, Farrow’s adopted daughter. (Farrow uncovered the relationship when she found nude photos Allen had taken of Previn in their apartment.) In 1997 Allen and Previn married; they now have two kids.
I received a text this morning on this piece of news from my trusted informant who going forward, I will refer to as “Raspy Voice”
Mia Farrow has admitted that Frank Sinatra may be the father of her son, instead of Woody Allen.
The actress said the singer may ‘possibly’ be the father of her 25-year-old son Ronan.
Rumours about the parentage have dogged Mia Farrow for years, but she addressed the issue in an interview saying the legendary crooner was ‘possibly’ Ronan’s father.
In the interview with Vanity Fair the 68-year-old said that Sinatra was the great love of her life, and says, ‘We never really split up.’
When Vanity Fair asked Sinatra’s daughter about Ronan being treated as if he were a member of her family, Nancy Sinatra Jr told them: ‘He is a big part of us, and we are blessed to have him in our lives.’
Farrow married Sinatra in 1966 in Las Vegas when she was 21 and he was 50.
The marriage fell apart 18 months later when she refused to drop her critically-acclaimed performance in Rosemary’s Baby to star in a movie with her husband.
They divorced in 1968.
I guess if he is a big part of the Sinatra family’s lives, then he is a Sinatra!