Dylan Farrow is now 35-years-old.
But 28 years ago she was 7-years-old and she told her mom (Mia Farrow) on video that her adopted father Woody Allen sexually abused her in the attic of their home.
And young Dylan went into rather painful and disgusting detail about the experience.
Woody Allen has always denied these charges and claims he was investigated and he completely cleared.
However, an Inside Edition Report says otherwise. At the end of this clip, the host says the Connecticut DA actually said he had a strong case against Allen, but nobody moved forward because they wanted to “spare” the child the emotional distress of a trial.
This information is all part of a bombshell four-part HBO documentary titled “Allen v Farrow.”
Dylan’s video confession comes in “pat two” of the series.
Warning, very graphic and disturbing content originally published on Yahoo News:
Until now, allegations of interaction between Farrow and her adoptive father have been speculation based on interpretation of his “affection” for her. But in a nearly three-decade-old grainy video, a very young Farrow says what happened.
“He touched my privates,” Dylan says to her mother, Mia Farrow, who is holding the camera and questioning her daughter. “And then he was breathing on my leg.” She breaks off to indicate where, before saying, “He squeezed me too hard that I couldn’t breathe.” When Mia asks her to elaborate on where he touched her, Dylan points to the space between her legs, adding that Allen took her into the attic.
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“He said, ‘What about some father-daughter time?’ And then I said, ‘Well OK,” Dylan continues in a second video. “We went into your room and we went into the attic. Then he started telling me weird things. Then secretly he went into the attic, went behind me and touched my privates.”
Mia asks which privates did he touch; Dylan once again points between her legs.
“He touched your front parts?” Farrow confirms.
“Yeah!” Dylan answers, sounding upset.
In yet another video, Mia asks her daughter “what things daddy said in the attic,” which elicits the most disturbing response of all.
“When I was in the attic he said, ‘Do not move, I have to do this,’” young Dylan says while chewing on her hair. “But I wiggled my bum to see what he was doing and he said, ‘Do not move, I have to do this! So if you stay still, then um, we can go to Paris.’”
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In Episode 2, an emotional Mia recounts how, while she’d been running errands that day, her babysitter had seen Allen engaging in the abuse when she walked in on them by accident. With Dylan’s therapist out of town and Farrow determined to have proof of her daughter’s allegations, she decided to record Dylan herself, taping her over the next two days.
While the video itself has been a notable part of the allegations of sexual abuse against Allen as well as his custody battle with Farrow, Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering’s docuseries marks the first time it’s been seen by the public.
Mia Farrow claims that she recorded her 7-year-old daughter’s confession after a babysitter claims she observed the neurotic Woody Allen with his face allegedly buried in Dylan’s lap.
Woody Allen continues to push back against this documentary claiming these allegations are baseless lies.
However, Dylan Farrow, who is now 35-yeas-old, stands by her story of abuse.
Here’s Dylan’s most recent statement:
— Dylan Farrow (@RealDylanFarrow) February 28, 2021
I don’t know what happened in that house, but I will say this much, the evidence presented against Woody is damning, to say the least…and as liberal Hollywood has said time and time again, “believe all women,” right?
Here’s Dylan’s CBS interview from 3 years ago:
It’s also fair to note that Woody Allen did marry one of Mia Farrow’s other adopted daughters. Strange, right?
On December 24, 1997, Woody Allen, the 62-year-old Academy Award-winning writer-director of such movies as Annie Hall and Hannah and Her Sisters, marries 27-year-old Soon-Yi Previn, the adopted daughter of his former partner Mia Farrow, in a small ceremony in Venice, Italy. When news of the couple’s relationship was first publicly revealed in the media in 1992, it sparked a major scandal.
There appears to be something very twisted and disturbing about that entire “family” dynamic and I feel bad for all of those adopted kids.
They deserved better than this.
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