Woody Allen again announced his guiltlessness today in an uncommon meeting on CBS Sunday Morning, tending to claims of sexual maltreatment going back years prior by his girl, Dylan Farrow.
"I accept she thinks it," Allen, 85, said, alluding to his girl's maltreatment claims. "She was a decent child. I don't accept that she's making it up. I don't accept she's lying. I accept she accepts that."
CBS says the discussion was Allen's first top to bottom, on-camera American meeting in almost 30 years. He was interviwed in July 2020, at last broadcasting today on the Paramount+ web-based feature. In spite of the fact that Allen said the same old thing, the meeting tends to focuses restored by the new HBO docuseries Allen versus Farrow.
The productive movie chief has never been accused of any violations and has consistently denied claims that he attacked his young girl.