Woody Allen blasted the new HBO documentary series on Sunday regarding the alleged sexual abuse against him as a “tricky job” and “full of false news.”
The 85-year-old director and his wife, 50-year-old Soon-Yi Previn (Soon-Yi Previn) said in a statement to the “Hollywood Reporter” that Allen told Dylan when he was ten years old. Dylan Farrow’s blasphemy is “absolutely wrong.”
The statement said: “At that time, a number of agencies investigated it and found that no matter what Dylan Farrow was used as the reason, there was absolutely no abuse.”
Soon after the first episode of the four consecutive episodes of the documentary, the couple broke their silence in “Allen v. Farrow”
The series depicts disgusting pictures of the Oscar winner, and studies the allegations of Mia Farrow’s daughter Dylan, who alleged that he sexually assaulted her 7-year-old family in the attic in 1992 Up her. Alan was Mia’s partner in Dylan’s childhood.
The Oscar-winning director and his wife accused the filmmakers Amy Ziering and Kirby Dick of “not interested in the truth” and “cooperating with Farrow and his supporters.”
The couple said that they only contacted the documentary reporter two months ago and “it only took a few days to respond.”
The statement said: “Of course, they refuse to do this.”
The two also hinted that HBO may be biased by the business relationship with Allen’s relative and son Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ronan Farrow, who signed multiple film production agreements with the network in 2018 .
The statement said: “Unfortunately, the broadcast network is HBO, which has a long-term production transaction and business relationship with Ronan Farrow,”
“Although this inferior popular article may attract attention, it does not change the facts.”