Dylan Farrow (Dylan Farrow) posted a long-form appeal on Twitter today about his understanding and sympathy for them in the hours before tonight’s HBO documentary series. Allen V. Farrow Broadcast footage that she can’t see.
In this episode, a family video that has been banned for a long time shows Dylan speaking seven days after an alleged incident with his father, Woody Allen. The timestamp indicates that the date is August 5, 1992.
“We entered your room, we entered the attic,” said the girl who was busy cutting paper with scissors. “Then he started telling me strange things. Then he secretly entered the attic… walked behind me and touched my private.”
Woody Allen (Woody Allen) has firmly denied these allegations for decades, and in his reply called the documentary series “a difficult job.”
The camcorder operator is her mother Mia Farrow. The videotape was never shown publicly, but it was allegedly given to Dylan by her mother as an adult. She said in today’s tweet that she has always hidden it in the closet and has never seen a documentary that surfaced.
In today’s tweet, Dylan Farrow admitted that her first public appearance caused her “anxiety” and “sleepless nights.” She asked for “empathy, compassion, and an open mind and heart.”
About tonight’s #AllenVFarrow episode: pic.twitter.com/RgYIRK4Kt8
-Dylan Farrow (@RealDylanFarrow) February 28, 2021