Woody Allen writes NYT op-ed blaming all on Mia Farrow, Dylan responds

Woody Allen writes NYT op-ed blaming all on Mia Farrow, Dylan responds

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We have dual new chapters in a Woody Allen-Dylan Farrow saga. Both are unequivocally “TL;DR” solely we did lay here and review both articles, as I’m certain many of we will too. First, late Friday dusk (I consider it indeed forsaken in a center of a American airing of a Olympics Opening Ceremony), a NY Times published Woody Allen’s come-back op-ed online. This was approaching – there was widespread stating that Woody had approached a NYT about his response and they concluded to tell it.

As for what Woody indeed has to say… well, it’s unequivocally long. I’m not going to cut-and-paste it. You can review a whole thing here during a NYT. By now, you’re substantially flattering informed with Woody’s argument, since he creates a lot of a same points that his counsel done on a Today Show progressing final week. The simple gist: he never molested Dylan, this is all some outrageous tract baked adult by Mia Farrow many years ago and Mia is still pulling Dylan’s strings even today. Woody says that Mia is consumed with jealousy and revenge about all things – about Woody still winning awards, about his attribute with Soon Yi, etc. Woody also slams Mia for pomposity since Mia got with Frank Sinatra when she was 19 and afterwards Mia got so judgy (I’m paraphrasing) about Woody’s attribute with Soon Yi. Woody also goes tough after Mia’s stream claims that Ronan Farrow is unequivocally Frank’s son, and Woody points out that he paid child support for Ronan for years too. You get a idea: Saint Woody thinks he’s improved than Psycho Slut Mia.

Dylan responded to Woody’s op-ed within hours in a matter to THR – you can review a matter here. She fundamentally says that Woody is done of lies and perversions and she creates bullet points to rebut some of Woody’s claims. She again claims that her idea is to inspire other victims to pronounce out, and she reiterates a fact that she “won’t let a law be buried and we won’t be silenced.” My interpretation of a point-counterpoint… Woody focuses his annoy precisely on Mia and dismisses Dylan out of hand, as if she is still a “confused” child. The turn of vitriol Woody still has for Mia is interesting. If we weren’t articulate about child molestation, this would be a absurd story about how Woody and Mia still have a lot of unused loathing for any other and how they’re still able of removing underneath any other’s skin.

As this splintered family continues to duke it out in a open sphere, we do consternation how most some-more we’re going to hear from Dylan, from Woody and even from Mia, Moses and Ronan. Will we hear from some of a other Farrow children as well? There are a lot of them. A lot of versions nonetheless to come. If this goes on another week like it has… we competence need to start celebration again. I’ve been off wine for a while, though we could unequivocally go for, like, a unequivocally clever mojito right now. we kind of consider Cate Blanchett could use a unbending splash too.

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