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Woody Allen's child abuse rebuttal is blasted by Dylan Farrow

The unusual talent of Woody Allen as a writer, actor and musician for depicting sensitive moments and feelings in life has helped to shape the way a generation of Americans see themselves. And so as he ages his greatest fans remain shocked that his adopted daughter insists he molested her sexually when she was just a young child. Dylan Farrow has blasted Woody Allen’s denial of her molestation claim, reported Radar Online on Feb. 8, 2014.

Musician Woody Allen performs with his New Orleans Jazz band at Royce Hall, UCLA in Westwood, California.
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A lot of people wanted to think Farrow's claims of sexual abuse against Allen were a bad joke. However, Farrow appears to have been serious about this matter all along and has recently said, "Nothing he says or writes can change the truth." Allen recently posted an open letter in The New York Times wherein he denied ever having molested his daughter and blasted her mother, Mia Farrow, for having orchestrated the entire claim. Dylan didn't accept that as the truth and says she will have to carry the horrible memories of
having survived being sexually abused by Allen for the remainder of her life.

Nevertheless, Allen's side of this issue deserves serious consideration too. Allen recently wrote in The New York Times, "Of course, I did not molest Dylan." He expressed his deep feelings for Dylan as a daughter and shared that he hopes someday she will grasp how she has been cheated out of having a loving father and how she has been exploited by a mother more interested in her own festering anger over their divorce than her daughter’s well-being. Allen claims his ex wife, Mia Farrow, has been responsible for putting these negative thoughts about him in Dylan's mind which has taken a terrible psychological toll on her. This is a tragic story of a family breakdown after a divorce, with Allen now saying he will have no further comment on the allegations.

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